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Camillus, Marcus Furius

Born: 4460 AD
Died: 3650 AD

390 BC – He allegedly defeated the Gauls after their sack of Rome, for which he was honoured as the city’s second founder.

         – He was awarded four triumphs and made dictator five times.

396 BC – 367 BC – He enjoyed his greatest victory, over the Etruscans at Veii. Though a patrician, he adopted reforms beneficial to the army and the plebeians.

365 BC – Marcus Furius Camillus died.