List of Roman tribunes

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The following is a list of Roman tribunes as reported by ancient sources.

A tribune in ancient Rome was a person who held one of a number of offices, including Tribune of the plebs (a political office to represent the interests of the plebs), Military tribune (a rank in the Roman army), Tribune of the Celeres (the commander of the king's personal bodyguard), and various other positions.

Date (BC) Name Office
510/509 Lucius Junius Brutus[1] Tribunus Celerum
493 Lucius Albinius Paterculus[2] Tribunus plebis
493 Gaius Licinius[3] Tribunus plebis
493 Lucius Sicinius Vellutus[4] Tribunus plebis
481 Spurius Licinius[5] Tribunus plebis
480 Titus Pontificius[6] Tribunus plebis
476 Quintus Considius[7] Tribunus plebis
476 Titus Genucius[8] Tribunus plebis
475 Lucius Caedicius[9] Tribunus plebis
475 Titus Statius[10] Tribunus plebis
473 Gnaeus Genucius[11] Tribunus plebis
472, 471 Volero Publilius[12] Tribunus plebis
471 Gaius Laetorius[13] Tribunus plebis
470 Gnaeus Sicinius[14] Tribunus plebis
470 Marcus Duilius[15] Tribunus plebis
470 Lucius Numitorius[16] Tribunus plebis
470 Spurius Icilius[17] Tribunus plebis
470 Lucius Mecilius[18] Tribunus plebis
376 Lucius Sextius Tribunus plebis
376 Gaius Licinius Stolo Tribunus plebis
133 Tiberius Gracchus[19] Tribune plebis
133 Marcus Octavius Tribune plebis 133

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