Ad summam senectutem vixit Fabius Maximus, dignus tanto cognomine.
Quintus Fabius Maximus seemed a man just passing the prime of life.
From him Fabius Maximus, of whom I am now writing, was fourth in descent.
And next Fabius Maximus, the eldest of the sons of Aemilius, though still only a youth, rose and spiritedly offered his services.
Fabius Maximus then burned the corpse of Decius together with the spoils and made a truce with such as asked for peace.
He took his first military lessons in the campaigns against Hannibal, and gained the favor and friendship of Fabius Maximus.
Cunctator, a name given to Fabius Maximus on account of the tantalising tactics he adopted to wear out his adversary Hannibal.
He was justly compared to Fabius Maximus, distinguished by the epithet of Cunctator.
Upon Marcellus's abdicating his office, Fabius Maximus, for the third time, was elected in his room.
But the energy and ability of Q. Fabius Maximus averted this new danger.