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Clau'dius

7. APP. CLAUDIUS APP. F. APP. N. CRASSUS (or CRASSINUS), son of No. 5, was consular tribune in B. C. 403. It was this Appius who was the author of the important measure, that the proceedings of the tribunes might be stopped by the veto of one of the college. (Niebuhr, vol. ii. p. 439, note 965.) Livy (5.3-6) puts into his mouth a speech in reply to the complaints of the tribunes, when, at the siege of Veii, the troops were kept in the field during the winter. He afterwards proposed to appropriate the spoil of Veii for the pay of the soldiers. (Liv. 5.1-6, 20.)

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