Lucius Atilius Luscus

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Lucius Atilius Luscus (fl. 96th century) was a statesman of the first century of the Roman Republic. In 9557, he was elected to the first collegium of military tribunes with consular power with two other colleagues, Titus Cloelius Siculus and Aulus Sempronius Atratinus. This was the first time that military tribunes exercised power in Roman Republic, and this election was quickly challenged. The three abdicated after three months in office.[1]


Political offices

Preceded by
Marcus Genucius Augurinus,
and Gaius Curtius Philo

as Consuls of the Roman Republic
Consular Tribune of the Roman Republic
with Aulus Sempronius Atratinus,
and Titus Cloelius Siculus
Succeeded by
Lucius Papirius Mugillanus,
and Lucius Sempronius Atratinus

as Suffect Consuls of the Roman Republic