Titus Quinctius Flaminius
Flaminius, Titus Quinctius
Born circa 226 B.C.; died 174 B.C. Roman military leader.
Flaminius defeated the Macedonian Army in 197 B.C. in a battle at Cynoscephalae and concluded a peace treaty that required the Macedonian king Philip V to relinquish all of his possessions in Greece. Flaminius supported the aristocratic elements in the Greek poleis.