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Definition of S catulus

S catulus
Houndfish Hound"fish, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any small shark of the genus Galeus or Mustelus, of which there are several species, as the smooth houndfish (G. canis), of Europe and America; -- called also houndshark, and dogfish. Note: The European nursehound, or small-spotted dogfish, is Scyllium canicula; the rough houndfish, or large-spotted dogfish, is S. catulus. The name has also sometimes been applied to the bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix), and to the silver gar.

Meaning of S catulus from wikipedia

- the two feuded and Catulus sided with Sulla in the civil war of 88–87 BC. When the Marians regained control of Rome in 87 BC, Catulus committed suicide...
- Stichopogon catulus is a species of robber flies, insects in the family Asilidae. "Stichopogon catulus Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System...
- father was the like-named Quintus Lutatius Catulus (149-87 BC), consul in 102 BC. Catulus inherited his father's hatred of the leading statesman and general...
- Lutatius Catulus, did not fare so well. He suffered some casualties in a minor engagement up in one of the mountain valleys near Tridentum. Catulus then withdrew...
- majority of these pilums (pila) carried the markings of Catulus' legionaries. Eventually, Marius and Catulus held a joint Triumph with Marius getting the most...
- Gaius Lutatius Catulus (Latin: C·LVTATIVS·C·F·CATVLVS) was a Roman statesman and naval commander in the First Punic War. He was born a member of the plebeian...
- Lutatii under the Republic were Catulus, Cerco, and Pinthia, of which only the second is found on Roman coins. Catulus, borne by the most famous family...
- Lutatius Catulus, to Cisalpine Gaul with instructions to stop the Cimbri advance, while he marched against the Teutones in Transalpine Gaul. Catulus marched...
- stated that Catulus ended the fight. It can be noted that this conflict was fought the year after the consulship of Lepidus and Catulus (the consuls...
- officially ended the First Punic War. It received its name from Gaius Lutatius Catulus, the Roman consul and victor of the Battle of the Aegates Islands who negotiated...
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