1. C. Licinius
, was, according to Livy (2.33
), one of the first tribunes of the plebs, B. C. 493, who was elected with only one colleague, L. Albinius, and according to the same writer, these two immediately elected three others.
According to other writers the number of two remained unchanged for a time; and, according to others again, among whom is Dionysius (6.89
), five were originally elected by the people, and of them, two were Licinii, namely Caius and Publius. (Comp. Liv. 2.58
; Ascon. in Cic. Cornel.
p. 76, with Orelli's note; Plut. Cor. 7