Italian-Oscan gentilicium (Schulze 423 ThIL 2,2054f.). Cicero mentions a respected B. family from Campania (Leg. agr. 2,93), whose members in Capua are known to have been opponents of Rome in 216 and 210 BC (Liv. 23,7,8f.;27,3,4f.).
 of Cumae Politician and philosopher, died 128 BC
An Italian political figure (born 128 BC), whom Plutarc…
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