List of Roman tribes

List of Roman tribes


This article is a list of the historical tribes of Rome, as used for voting. For information on the history of Roman names in general, see the article Roman naming conventions.

Tribes as of 242 BC

In 242 BC, the official number of tribes was set at 35:

Two of the tribes are unclear; the thirty-fifth tribe has been found listed as both Succusana and Pupinia.



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