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2. Sp. Furius Fusus, was consul in B. C. 481. Livy says that his consulate was occupied by tribuntian dissensions, and an inroad into the territory of Veii (2.43). Dionysius represents him as a popular consul (δημότικος), and assigns him a successful campaign against the Atquians 9.1, 2).

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