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Marcus Octavius Germanicus
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Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix (II)

M. Octavio L. Sulla (II) cos. MMDCCLV a.u.c.

 Consul Marcus Octavius Germanicus Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix
 Praetor Pompeia Cornelia Strabo Titus Labienus Fortunatus
 Praetor suffectus Patricia Cassia nemo
 Censor Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus Caius Flavius Diocletianus
 Aedilis Curulis Caeso Fabius Quintillianus Amulius Claudius Petrus
 Aedilis Curulis suffectus nemo Gnaeus Equitius Marinus
 Aedilis Plebis Tiberius Apollonius Cicatrix Marcus Scribonius Curio Britannicus
 Quaestor Marcus Minucius Audens Gaius Quirinus Caesar Longinus
 Quaestor suffectus nemo Ianus Minicius Sparsus
 Quaestor Decia Cornelia Sepulchatia Titus Octavius Pius
 Quaestor Quintus Fabius Maximus Franciscus Apulus Caesar
 Quaestor Gaius Minucius Hadrianus Gaius Popillius Laenas
 Tribunus Plebis Gnaeus Salix Astur Marcus Arminius Maior
 Tribunus Plebis Claudius Salix Davianus Manius Villius Limitanus
 Tribunus Plebis Lucius Mauricius Procopius nemo

Vigintisexviri

 Curator aranei Marcus Octavius Germanicus nemo
 Curator differendi Marcus Scipiadus Scipio Africanus nemo
 Curator sermonis Priscilla Vedia Serena resigned nemo
 Rogator Julilla Sempronia Magna Titus Horatius Atticus
 Rogator Marcus Scipius Scipiadus Africanus Publius Domitianus Artorinus Longinus


Ianuarius

  • Nova Roma incorporated in Maine, USA.
  • Consul M. Octavius proposed the title "Pater Patriae" for each of the two founders, who had also just finished their second consulships, and this was overwhelmingly approved by the Senate.

Februarius

Martius

P. Vedia Serena and Pater Patriae Flavius Vedius Germanicus both resigned citizenship on Id. Mar. when the senate fails to vote to include P. Vedia in their number.

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

A conflict arose between the two Consuls, on the issue of the Censores power. Consul L. Cornelius had privately shown M. Octavius a proposed lex that would substantially modify the Censores' power to create Senators, in some cases, making adlection automatic, even against the wishes of the Senators. M. Octavius opposed this - thinking it was retaliation for the Censores' actions in the events three months prior - and privately insisted that the proposal be modified, or it would be vetoed. When Consul Cornelius finally posted a call for votes, however, the text included several of the features that the two had agreed would be removed, and Octavius vetoed it within hours. This ended a truce that had existed between the two Consuls, and for much of the remainder of their term, they quarrelled publicly and privately.

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

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