league he was given Gaius Marcius Rutulus.
Fabius brought up replacements from Rome, and a new army came from Etruria to reinforce the enemy.
for a great many years now there had been no contests between the patrician magistrates and the tribunes, when a dispute —arose through that family which was fated, as it seemed, to wrangle with the tribunes and with the plebs.
Appius Claudius the censor, on the expiration of the eighteen months which had been fixed by the Aemilian law434 B.C. (iv. xxiv. 5). as the limit of the censorship, although his colleague Gaius Plautius had abdicated, could himself by no compulsion be prevailed upon to do likewise.
it was Publius Sempronius, a tribune of the people, who commenced an action to confine the censorship to its legal limits —an action no less just than popular, and as welcome to every aristocrat as to the common people.
having repeatedly read out the Aemilian law, and praised its author, Mamercus Aemilius the dictato