Tribune Timeline

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  • 494 BCE
    Traditional date the office of the tribuni plebis is created in Rome.
  • 401 BCE
    Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune for the first time.
  • 384 BCE
    Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune a second time.
  • 381 BCE
    Camillus is Consular Tribune a third time.
  • 81 BCE
    Sulla significantly curbs the powers of the Roman tribuni plebis.
  • 70 BCE
    The powers of the tribuni plebis in Rome are reinstated.
  • c. 23 BCE
    Augustus takes over most of the powers of the tribuni plebis.

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494 BCE: Traditional date the office of the tribuni plebis is created in Rome.
 
 
401 BCE: Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune for the first time.
 
384 BCE: Camillus is appointed Consular Tribune a second time.
 
381 BCE: Camillus is Consular Tribune a third time.
 
81 BCE: Sulla significantly curbs the powers of the Roman tribuni plebis.
 
70 BCE: The powers of the tribuni plebis in Rome are reinstated.
 
23 BCE: Augustus takes over most of the powers of the tribuni plebis.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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