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2. C. Sicinius, tribune of the plebs, B. C. 470, when the tribunes are said to have been for the first time elected in the comitia tributa. He and his colleague M. Duilius accused Ap. Claudius before the people, on account of his opposing the agrarian law. In many editions of Livy he is called Siccius, and Alschefski, the last editor of Livy, reads Cn. Siccius. (Liv. 2.58, 61.)

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