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Capitoli'nus, P. Se'xtius or Se'xtius Vaticanus

surnamed VATICANUS, was consul in B. C. 452 with T. Menenius Agrippa. In this year the ambassadors who had been sent to Athens for the purpose of consulting its laws and institutions, returned to Rome, and in the year following P. Sextius was one of the decemvirs appointed to draw up a new code of laws. Festus (s. v. peculates) mentions a lex multaticia which was carried by P. Sextius and his colleague during their consulship. (Liv. 3.32, &c.; Dionys. A. R. 10.54.)


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