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1. MAENIUS, or according to some manuscripts MAENIUS, was the proposer of the law by which an addition was made to the Circensian games of the day, called instauratitius (Macr. 1.11). We learn from Livy (2.36) that this happened in B. C. 489, and we may therefore suppose that Maenius was tribune of the plebs in that year.

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