3. M. Geganius
Macerinus, M. F., was three times consul; first in B. C. 447, with C. Julius Julus; a second time in B. C. 443, with T. Quintius Capitolinus Barbatus, in which year he conquered the Volscians, and obtained a triumph on account of his victory; and a third time in B. C. 437, with L. Sergius Fidenas. (Liv. 3.65
; Dionys. A. R. 11.51
; Diod. 12.29
; Zonar. 7.19
The censorship, which was instituted in his second consulship, he filled in B. C. 435, with C. Furius Pacilus Fusus.
These censors first held the census of the people in a public villa of the Campus Martius.
It is also related of them that they removed Mam. Aemilius Mamercinus from his tribe, and reduced him to the condition of an aerarian, because he had proposed and carried a bill limiting the time during which the censorship was to be held from five years to a year and a half. (Liv. 4.22