QUIN0696 K. Quinctius (36) L. f. Cn. n. Claudus


  • Patrician


grandson of
? Cn. Quinctius (22) T. f. T. n. Capitolinus (aed. cur. 366) (RE)
son of
L. Quinctius (11) (son of? Cn. Quinctius (22) T. f. T. n. Capitolinus (aed. cur. 366)) (RE)
brother of
? L. Quinctius (42) (father of? T. Quinctius (44) Flamininus) (RE)
father of
? K. Quinctius (41) Flamininus (pr. before 218) (Brennan 2000)
grandfather of
? K. Quinctius (Claudius 151) Claudus Flamininus (pr. 208) (DPRR Team)


  • Consul 271 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • Fast. Cap. ([- - -] L. f. Cn. n. Claudus; G.'s name entire); Chr. 354; Fast. Hyd.; Chr. Pasc.; Cassiod. (K. Quinctius et L. Genucius); Degrassi, 40f., 114, 430f. Genucius probably began military operations against Rhegium this year (see 270, Consuls). (Broughton MRR I)
  • Legatus (Envoy) 264 (Broughton MRR III) Expand
    • Cos. 271. Because the praenomen K(aeso) appears in later generations of the Quinctii Flaminini, Badian suggests that this consul was the father, not brother as stated in RE, of L. Quinctius (42), the Flamen Dialis from whom later Quinctii derived their cognomen (JRS 61, 1971, 102-111). See his reconstruction of the stemma of the family of T. Flamininus, Cos. 198, and his early career (op. cit.). Leg., envoy, 264. See MRR 1.203. Badian suggests that since the praenomen Kaeso does not appear among the Fabii after the fourth century, and the speakers in the Ineditum Vaticanum were prominent persons, the Kaeso mentioned there was the K. Quinctius named above (CR 14, 1964, 139-140; JRS 61, 1971, 102-111).[178x] (Broughton MRR III)