9. L. Julius
, L. F., VOP. N., JULUS, the son of No. 5, and the grandson of No. 3, consular tribune in B. C. 401, with five colleagues, and a second time in B. C. 397, with the same number of colleagues.
In the former of these two years the consular tribunes entered upon their office on the kalends of October instead of the ides of December, which was the usual time, in consequence of a defeat sustained by their predecessors before Veii; and their own year of office was distinguished by the number of foreign wars and civil broils.
In the latter year Julius, with his colleague, Postumius, fell upon the Tarquinienses, who had made a plundering inroad into the Roman territory, and stripped them of the booty they had gained. (Liv. 5.9
; Diod. 14.44