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cōdex > caudex > Caudium > Caudinus
The origin of this name is still quite uncertain today. The theories include 1) From the Latin “cōdex > caudex,” meaning “a tree trunk, stump, a bollard; post; a book, writing; notebook, account book.” Publius Cornelius Lentulus Caudinus was a Roman politician. Son of the consul Lucius Cornelius Lentulus and brother of the consul Lucius Cornelius Lentulus Caudinus, he was elected consul in the year 236 BC with Gaius Licinius Varo. The Caudini were a Samnite tribe that lived among the mountains ringing Campania and in the valleys of the Isclero and Volturnus rivers. Their capital was at Caudium, but it seems inevitable that the appellation was not confined to the citizens of Caudium and its immediate territory. Caudium was an ancient town on the Appian Way between Benevento and Capua.



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