riumphedB.C. 388 for his victories in three simultaneous wars.
By far the greatest number of the captives led before his chariot were Etruscans; they were sold under the spear,A sign that booty was to be sold at auction. and fetched so large a sum that after the matrons had been repaid for their gold,See v. 1. 6-7. the surplus sufficed to make three golden bowls, which were inscribed, as is well known, with
the name of Camillus, and kept, until the burning of the Capitol,July 6th, 83 B.C. The restoration of the temple was completed 69 B.C. in the chapel of Jupiter, at Juno's feet.
This year were received into the state such of the Veientes, Capenates, and Faliscans as had come over to the Romans in the course of these wars, and lands were allotted to these new citizens.
There were also recalled from Veii to the City, by senatorial decree, those who being too indolent to build in Rome had taken possession of empty houses in Veii and had gone there to live. They had i