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1. SER. SULPICIUS CAMERINUS CORNUTUS, P. F., consul B. C. 500 with M'. Tullius Longus in the tenth year of the republic. Livy says, that nothing memorable took place in that year, but Dionysius speaks of a formidable conspiracy to restore the Tarquins which was detected and crushed by Camerinus. After the death of his colleague, Camerinus held the consulship alone. Dionysius puts a speech into the mouth of Camerinus respecting a renewal of the league with the Latins in B. C. 496. (Liv. 2.19; Dionys. A. R. 5.52, 55, 57, 6.20 ; Cic. Brut. 16; Zonar. 7.13.)

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