Tullius himself somewhere admits that this brotherly advice was both sensible and wise.
Hence we asked of him whether he judged Tullius a man or a god.
Then, uniting his fortunes with his brother's spouse, he plotted with her help against Tullius.
By the side of Otho lounged another youth, whose name was Tullius Senecio.
On Tullius Cimber seizing bold of his garments he exclaimed, "Ita quidem vis est!"
The pupil will notice the similarity between these reforms of Tullius and those of Solon of Athens, who lived about the same time.
Cleave returned to Tullius and the small fire by the pawpaw bushes.
Tullius altered this method, assembled the people, and took their votes by centuries, not by curiæ.
He there spoke many words to remind them of his father's worth and uttered many jests at the expense of Tullius.
These were her words and the people not unwillingly accepted Tullius: for he was thought to be an upright man.