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450 BCE: The laws of the 'Twelve Tables', the basis of Roman law, are compiled.
 
367 BCE: Law passed enabling Roman plebians to become consuls.
 
366 BCE: First Roman plebian consul named.
 
255 BCE: Carthage sues for peace during the First Punic War but the Roman consul Regulus' excessive demands are rejected.
 
250 BCE: A Carthaginian army led by Hasdrubal is defeated by Roman consul Metellus near Palermo in the First Punic War.
 
222 BCE: Marcus Claudius Marcellus is made consul for the first time.
 
215 BCE: Marcus Claudius Marcellus is made consul.
 
214 BCE: Marcus Claudius Marcellus is made consul.
 
210 BCE: Marcus Claudius Marcellus is made consul.
 
208 BCE: Marcus Claudius Marcellus is made consul for the fifth time.
 
70 BCE: Pompey and Crassus are made consuls.
 
 
55 BCE: Marcus Licinius Crassus is made consul for the second time and departs on campaign in Parthia.
 
12 CE: Germanicus is made consul for the first time.
 
18 CE: Roman general Germanicus is made consul for the second time.
 
190 CE: Severus is consul for the first time.
 
510 CE: Boethius made sole consul in Rome.
 
521 CE: Justinian is made Consul by his uncle Emperor Justin I.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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