KAMILLA Mark Furies (Marcus Furius Camillus)( The Roman statesman and military leader.)
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Biography KAMILLA Mark Furies (Marcus Furius Camillus)
(ca. 447-365 BC)
According to legend, Camille, after ten years of siege, managed to capture Veii, a city which was the main rival of Rome over the Tiber (c.. 396 BC). Soon, Camille has been accused of unfair distribution captured in Veyyah production and moved to Ardeyu, a port near Rome. In his absence, Rome was captured and sacked by the Gauls, headed by the leader Brenna (ca. 387 BC). Camilla was appointed dictator, and he had already defeated the Gauls after the Romans had bought themselves out of their gold. So, Camille became the 'second founder of Rome'. Camille also won numerous victories over the neighboring towns of Rome Latsiya. Total Camille celebrated the triumph of four. After the invasion, Brenna Camille was able to dissuade the plebeians of resettlement in Veii, and during the struggle over the plebeians who gave relief laws Licinius - Sextius (376-367 BC) managed to convince the patrician, whose leader was considered, to make concessions. Camille has never been elected consul, but six times served as tribune with consular powers, five times - the position of dictator, three times served as Interrex and once - the censor.