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A reconciliation followed, after the people had asked and obtained from the senate the privilege of electing five men as protectors of those who needed succour, the officers now called tribunes of the people. And the first whom they chose to this office were Junius Brutus and Sicinius Vellutus, who had been their leaders in the secession.1 When the city was thus united, the common people at once offered themselves as soldiers, and the consuls found them ready and eager for service in the war.

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