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Lucullus

7. C. Licinius Lucullus, tribune of the people B. C. 196, was the proposer of a law for the creation of the sacerdotal office of the Triumviri Epulones, who continued from that time forth to be regularly appointed. He was himself one of the first three persons who held the new office (Liv. 33.42). In B. C. 191 he was one of two commissoners appointed to dedicate the temple of Juventas in the Circus Maximus, which had been vowed by M. Livius on occasion of the memorable defeat of Hasdrubal (Liv. 36.36.)

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