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This detail was probably derived from a genuine folk-memory. 10 The attribution
of twenty-six or thirty tribes to Servius Tullius is plainly untenable, for this number
of tribes was not attained until the fourth century. On the other hand, it is likely ...
Probably the greater number of his measures fell into the second half of 123, but
the laws for the recolonisation of Carthage and for the enfranchisement of the
Italians belong to 122. On the whole question, see especially H. Last, Cambr.
It was probably 100 B.C. (L. R. Taylor, Classical Philology, 1941, pp. 126 ff.) 17 In
63 Caesar caused a mild sensation by initiating a suit against an aged Eques
named C. Rabirius, who was reputed to have murdered Satur- ninus thirty-seven
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