5. A. Manlius
Capitolinus, A. F. A. N., four times consular tribune, in B. C. 389, 385, 383, and 370.
In his first tribuneship Rome was attacked by several enemies at once, and A. Manlius obtained the command of one of the three armies then raised for guarding the city.
In the second tribuneship he persuaded the senate to appoint a dictator to carry on the war against the Volscians, Latins, and Hernicans. (Liv. 6.1