Camillus Timeline

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  • c. 445 BCE - 365 CE
    Life of Marcus Furius Camillus, Roman general and politician.
  • 406 BCE - 396 BCE
    The Siege of Veii; Camillus is victorious.
  • 401 BCE
    Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune for the first time.
  • 396 BCE
    Camillus is named Dictator of Rome for the first time.
  • 394 BCE
    Camillus accepts the surrender of the city of Falerii to Rome.
  • c. 393 BCE - c. 392 BCE
    Camillus exiles himself to Ardea rather than acknowledge false charges against him for theft.
  • 390 BCE
    The Senone Tribe of Gaul sack Rome; Camillus mobilizes forces to defeat them and save the city. Hailed as "Second Romulus". .
  • 389 BCE
    Camillus is named Dictator of Rome a second time.
  • 384 BCE
    Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune a second time.
  • 381 BCE
    Camillus is Consular Tribune a third time.
  • 368 BCE
    Camillus is named Dictator of Rome a third time; leads army to victory in battle.
  • 367 BCE
    Camillus is named Dictator of Rome for a fourth time; continues to lead armies to victory.
  • 365 BCE
    Camillus dies of the plague at Rome.

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445 BCE - 365 CE: Life of Marcus Furius Camillus, Roman general and politician.
 
406 BCE - 396 BCE: The Siege of Veii; Camillus is victorious.
 
 
401 BCE: Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune for the first time.
 
396 BCE: Camillus is named Dictator of Rome for the first time.
 
394 BCE: Camillus accepts the surrender of the city of Falerii to Rome.
 
393 BCE - 392 BCE: Camillus exiles himself to Ardea rather than acknowledge false charges against him for theft.
 
 
390 BCE: The Senone Tribe of Gaul sack Rome; Camillus mobilizes forces to defeat them and save the city. Hailed as "Second Romulus". .
 
389 BCE: Camillus is named Dictator of Rome a second time.
 
384 BCE: Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune a second time.
 
381 BCE: Camillus is Consular Tribune a third time.
 
 
368 BCE: Camillus is named Dictator of Rome a third time; leads army to victory in battle.
 
 
367 BCE: Camillus is named Dictator of Rome for a fourth time; continues to lead armies to victory.
 
365 BCE: Camillus dies of the plague at Rome.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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