tributed toward the necessities of the commonwealth; the first time was to assist the government to discharge its responsibility under the vow of Camillus which he had made before the capture of Veii. The second occasion was when the ransom was beng raised to buy off the Gauls., three golden bowls were made from what was left.
These were inscribed with the name of Camillus, and it is generally believed that previous to the fire in the CapitolThe Capitol was partially destroyed by fire in 83 B. C. they were deposited in the chapel of Jupiter before the feet of Juno.
During the year, those of the inhabitants of Veii, Capenae, and Fidenae who had gone over to the Romans whilst these wars were going on, were admitted into full citizenship and received an allotment of land.
The senate passed a resolution recalling those who had repaired to Veii and taken possession of the empty houses there to avoid the labour of rebuilding. At first they protested and took no notice of the