7. L. Lucretius
Flavus Triciptinus, consul in B. C. 393 with Ser. Sulpicius Camerinus, in which year he conquered the Aequi.
He was consular tribune in 391, when he gained a victory over the Volsinienses; and he held the same office a second time in 388, a third time in 383, and a fourth time in 381. (Liv. 5.29
.) Plutarch (Camill. 32
) represents L. Lucretius as the senator who was usually asked first for his opinion, probably because he was one of the few who had held the rank of consul; and the same writer informs us that Lucretius spoke against the removal to Veil.