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1 B.C. 434
2 It is typical of Livy's indifference to documents that he should not have taken the trouble to consult the Linen Rolls himself. As to the fact, Diodorus Siculus, xii. 53, gives Marcus Manlius, Quintus Sulpicius, and Servius Cornelius Cossus as military tribunes for the year 320 B.C., and the statement of Antias and Tubero may have arisen from the loss of the third name, and the consequent assumption that consuls were in office.
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