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Postu'mia 1. A Vestal virgin, accused of incest in B. C. 419, in consequence of the elegance of her dress and the freedom of her remarks, but acquitted, with an admonition to be more careful in her conduct for the future. (Liv. 4.44.)
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Ru'tilus, Nau'tius 4. SP. NAUTILUS SP. F. SP. N. RUTILUS, three times consular tribune, namely in B. C. 419, 416, 404. Livy says that Rutilus held the office a second time in 404, but the Capitoline Fasti make it a third time; and this is more consistent with Livy's own account, who had mentioned previously two tribunates of Rutilus. (Liv. 4.44, 47, 61; Fasti Capit.)
Tricipti'nus 6. P. Lucretius Hosti F. Triciptinus, son of No. 4, consular tribune in B. C. 419, and a second time in 417. (Liv. 4.44. 47.)
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