1. M. Plautius
Silvanus, tribune of the plebs, B. C. 89, proposed a law that fifteen persons should be annually elected by each tribe, out of its own body, to be placed in the Album Judicum (Ascon. in Cornel.
p. 79, ed. Orelli).
In conjunction with his colleague, C. Papirius Carbo, he also proposed a law conferring the Roman franchise upon the citizens of the foederatae civitates. (Cic. pro Arch.
4; comp. Dict. of Antiq.
p. 293a, 2d ed.)