1. T. Genucius
Augurinus, L. F. L. N., consul B. C. 451, abdicated his office and was made a member of the first decemvirate. (Liv. 3.33
; Dionys. A. R. 10.54
; Zonar. 7.18
He was not included in the second.
In the contests in 445 respecting the admission of the plebs to the consulship, which ended in the institution of the consular tribunate, Augurinus recommended the patricians to make some concessions. (Dionys. A. R. 11.60