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Marcus Furius Camillus (403 - 365 BC)


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403 BC: the fasti Capitolini record that the censors M. Furius [Camillus] and M. Postumius Albinus Regillensis completed the 16th lustrum

401 BC: the fasti Capitolini record Camillus as one of the six Military Tribunes

398 BC: Consular Tribune I (5: 14: 5)

396 BC:

  1. -Interrex (5: 17: 4)

  2. -Dictator I (5: 19: 2)

  3. -Triumph I: de Veientibus

394 BC: Consular Tribune II (5: 26: 1)

391 BC: Interrex (5: 31: 2)

390 BC:

  1. -Dictator II, (5: 46: 8-11)

  2. -Triumph II: de Gallis

389 BC:

  1. -Interrex (6: 1: 8)

  2. -Dictator III (6: 2: 5)

  3. -TriumphIII: de Volscis, Aequis, Etruscis

386 BC: Consular Tribune  III (6: 6: 3)

384 BC: Consular Tribune IV (6: 18: 1)

381 BC: Consular TribuneV 6: 22: 5)

368 BC: Dictator IV (6: 38: 4)

367 BC:

  1. -Dictator V (6: 42: 4)

  2. -Triumph IV: [de Galleis]

365 BC: died in an epidemic that ravaged Rome:

  1. “Matters were quiet as regarded domestic troubles or foreign wars, but (lest there should be too great a feeling of security) a pestilence broke out ... The most illustrious victim was Marcus Furius Camillus, whose death, though occurring in ripe old age, was bitterly lamented ... [He] was counted worthy to be named next to Romulus, as the second founder of Rome”, (‘History of Rome’, 7: 1: 7-10).






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