Fabius

(from the article `Hartack, Bill`) In 1956 Hartack rode Fabius to victory at the Preakness Stakes, and in 1957 he rode Iron Liege to victory at the Kentucky Derby. His four other ...
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Fabius

Fabius is a Roman boy name. The meaning of the name is `Bean` Where is it used? The name Fabius is mainly used In Ancient Roman.How do they say it elsewhere? Fabio ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Fabiola ( In Italian, French and In German) For the opposite sex use: In Ancient Roman and In Italian: Fabia (F) The name Fabius doesn`t app...
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Fabius

[horse] ==Background== Fabius was a `delicate-looking` brown horse bred and raced by Lexington, Kentucky`s Calumet Farm. He was from the first crop of foals sired by Citation, who won the 1948 U.S. Triple Crown for Calumet in 1948 and became an inductee of the Hall of Fame. Citation was considered a disappointment as a stallion, and Fabius ...
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Fabius

[disambiguation] Fabius was a Roman family name, the nomen of the gens Fabia. Fabius may also refer to: == People == == Places == == Other uses == == See also == ...
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Fabius

Fabius (fā'bēus) , ancient Roman gens. The family was most distinguished from the 5th cent. B.C. onward. However, little is known of the early members. Quintus Fabius Vibulanus,. fl. 450 B.C., was consul three times (467, 465, 459) and a member of the decemvirate. Although he had ser...
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