1. L. Roscius
, a Roman ambassador sent to Fidenae in B. C. 438.
He and his three colleagues were killed by the inhabitants of Fidenae, at the instigation of Lar Tolumnius, king of the Veientes.
The statues of all four were erected in the Rostra at Rome. (Liv. 4.17
; Cic. Phit.
9.2; Plin. Nat. 34.6. s. 11