SULP0344 Q. Sulpicius (34) Ser. f. Ser. n. Camerinus Cornutus


  • Patrician


grandson of
Ser. (or P.) Sulpicius (36) - f. Ser. n. Camerinus Cornutus (cos. 461) (RE)
son of
Ser. Sulpicius (not in RE) Camerinus Cornutus (son of? Ser. (or P.) Sulpicius (36) - f. Ser. n. Camerinus Cornutus (cos. 461)) (RE)
nephew of
Q. Sulpicius (37) Ser. ? f. - n. Camerinus Praetextatus (cos. 434) (RE)


  • Tribunus Militum Consulari Potestate 402 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • The names in Fast. Cap. are preserved as follows: [C. Se]rvilius P. f. Q. n. Aha[la III]; [Q.] Servilius Q. f. P. n. Fiden[as]; [L. Ve]rginius L. f. Opetr. n. Tricost. Esqui[lin.]; the rest entire as above. Diod. omits the name of Q. Servilius. Manlius appears as {Gr} in Diod., who has {Gr} (in P) for M'. Sergius. The praenomen M. in Livy is corrected to M'. as in Fast. Cap. The two additional names in Diod., {Gr} and {Gr} (in F), are apocryphal. (Broughton MRR I)
    • Liv. 5.8.1; Diod. 14.38.1; Fast. Cap. (see note 1); Chr. 354 (Structo III et Cornuto); Degrassi 28f., 98, 382f. When Sergius at Veii was defeated by Veientanes and Faliscans because his enemy, Verginius, refused him assistance, the Senate with Ahala's aid compelled the abdication of the college and the entrance of new Military Tribunes into office on October first (Liv. 5.8-9, and 11-12; cf. Diod. 14.43.5). (Broughton MRR I)
  • Tribunus Militum Consulari Potestate 398 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • Diod. gives the total number as six, but makes no mention of Valerius Maximus and Furius Medullinus, while in F are added the apocryphal names listed above ({Gr}). In Fast. Cap. the names are preserved as follows: [L. Valeriu]s L. f. P. Potitus V; [M. Valerius] M. f. M. n. Lactucin. Maxum.; [- -Camillu]s II; L. Furiu[s L.] f. Sp. n. Medullin. III; Q. Servilius [Q. f. p. n. Fi]denas II; Q. Sulpicius Ser. [f- ]. On the cognomen Lactucinus, see Pliny NH 19.59. (Broughton MRR I)
    • Liv. 5.14.5; Diod. 14.82.1; Fast. Cap. (see note 1); Chr. 354 (Potito et Medulliano); Degrassi 28f., 99, 384f. Abdicated before the end of their term (Plut. Cam. 2.5). Valerius Potitus ravaged Faliscan territory (Liv. 5.14.7), while the rest, except Camillus, pressed the siege of Veii (Liv. 5.15; Dion. Hal. 12.11-13). On L. Valerius, see Münzer, Gent. Val. 35, no. 4; on M. Valerius, 49, no. 47. (Broughton MRR I)