SERV0440 Q. Servilius (57) Q. f. Q. n. Fidenas


  • Patrician


  • Tribunus Militum Consulari Potestate 382 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • According to Diodorus there were only four Military Tribunes this year. The confused tradition in the Mss contains no trace of the names Sulpicius and Aemilius; on the others, see CIL 1(2).1, p. 123; Degrassi 101, 392f. Münzer (RE no. 12) holds that both the Papirii of this year bore the cognomen Crassus. It seems probable in the case of Sp. Papirius, since the filiation of the Military Tribune c. p. of 368 was Sp. f. C. n. His name therefore should probably be read Sp. Papirius C. f. - n. Crassus. Münzer would identify L. Papirius with the Military Tribune c. p. of 376 and the obscure Papirius cited in Chr. 354 under the year 374. Degrassi (101) lists L. Papirius as a Crassus but does not suggest any cognomen for Sp. Papirius. An L. Papirius Mugillanus is named in Fast. Cap. for 380 as a Military Tribune c. p. for the second time, but the date of his earlier Military Tribunate remains uncertain. Münzer (RE no. 66) would identify him with the L. Papirius, Military Tribune in 389, who is named only in Diodorus, and Degrassi suggests that his name should be inserted as the one that has been lost from the list for 385. He admits however that the second Military Tribunate of Cn. Sergius Fidenas Coxo could be listed there. I am inclined to place Sergius Coxo in 385, to consider that the L. Papirius mentioned in 389 is imperfectly attested, and to suggest that the L. Papirius who is listed as a Military Tribune in this year is a Mugillanus, not a Crassus, and held the office for the second time in 380. The filiation, however, of L. Papirius L. f. L. n. Crassus, Cos. 336, and 330, indicates that there was an L. Papirius Crassus in Rome in this generation. (Broughton MRR I)
    • Liv. 6.22.1; Diod. 15.41.1; Chr. 354 (Fidenas et Grasso); Degrassi 101, 392f. War with Velitrae and Praeneste (Liv. 6.22.1-4). (Broughton MRR I)
  • Tribunus Militum Consulari Potestate 378 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • Diod. states that there were four Military Tribunes this year, but to these Livy adds the names of Horatius and Geganius. In Diod. Furius bears the praenomen Lucius. On Servilius, see also 382 and 369. Menenius' name is given in full in Fast. Cap. for 380 ({Gr} in Diod.). The cognomen of Cloelius appears from Chr. 354, and the name of the Censor of this year. In Diod. it appears as {Gr} (with variants {Gr}). (Broughton MRR I)
    • Liv. 6.31.1; Diod. 15.57.1; Chr. 354 (Fidenas II et Siculo); Degrassi 102, 394f. Horatius and Furius raided Volscian territory about Antium, Servilius and Geganius that about Ecetra (Liv. 6.31.5-8). (Broughton MRR I)
  • Tribunus Militum Consulari Potestate 369 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • Servilius may be a son of the Mil. Tr. of 386. The cognomen and filiation of Veturius are based on that of L. Veturius, Mil. Tr. 368 and 367, who may be his brother. Quinctius is omitted by Diod. who lists only five names. His cognomen is only a conjecture. According to Münzer, RE no. 249, Cornelius Maluginensis may possibly be identified with no. 248, the Censor Suffectus of 393. For Fabius, Diod. has {Gr}. (Broughton MRR I)
    • Liv. 6.36.6; Diod. 15.77.1; Fast. Cap. ([- - -]n. Cossus; [- -Mal]uginensis; [- - -Cicur]in. [I]I; and Fabius' name entire); Chr. 354 (Fidenas III et Maluginense); Degrassi 32f., 103, 396f. (Broughton MRR I)