Aulus Cornelius Cossus (dictator)
Aulus Cornelius Cossus is a statesman and general Roman of fourth century BC, military Tribun with consular capacity by twice and dictator once at fourth century BC
In 385 av. J. - C., it named dictator.
- In 369 av. J. - C., it is elected military Tribun with consular capacity with five colleagues.
- In 367 av. J. - C., it is again elected military powerful orator with six colleagues.
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