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The name of a celebrated Roman family, the most distinguished members of which were


Spurius Icilius, one of the three plebeian envoys who treated with the Senate at the time of the secession to the Sacred Mount (B.C. 494); and


Lucius Icilius, tribune of the plebs, B.C. 456 and 455. He was one of the chief leaders in the revolt against the Decemviri, B.C. 449, Virginia having been betrothed to him. See Virginia.

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