charge of treason.For another instance of this procedure, see I. xxvi. 5. The tribunes flung him from the Tarpeian Rock, and the same spot served to commemorate extraordinary fame and the extremity of punishment, as experienced by the self-same man.
To his death were added marks of ignominy: one of a public nature, because the people were asked to vote that, since his house had stood where the temple and mint of Moneta now are,The temple of Juno Moneta, vowed by Lucius Furius Camillus (345 B.C.) was dedicated June 1st, 344. Money was coined in this temple. no patrician might dwell in the Citadel or the Capitol;
the other proceeding from his family, in that the Manlian clan made a decree forbidding anyone thenceforth to bear the name of Marcus Manlius.As a matter of fact, no patrician Marcus Manlius of a later date is known to us. Such was the end of a man who, had he not been born in a free state, would have left a memorable name.
In a short time the people, remembering