Lucius Atilius Luscus

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Lucius Atilius Luscus was a statesman of the first century of the Roman Republic (5th century BC). In 444 BC, he was elected to the first collegium of military tribunes with consular power with two other colleagues, Titus Cloelius Siculus and Aulus Sempronius Atratinus. This is the first time that military tribunes exercise power in Roman Republic, and this election was quickly challenged. They abdicated after three months in office.[1]

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  1. ^ Tite-Live, Histoire romaine, livre IV, 7