The dictator Tubertus Posthumus gained a victory over the qui and Volsci, inconsiderable but noxious enemies of the commonwealth.
Everyone knew that the Volsci from over the Rhine would not be slow to come when the occasion offered.
Thus the Volsci of Antium were defeated, the town of Corioli was taken.
They were sentenced and put to death, and the sons of Marcius through fear took refuge among the Volsci.
Among the Volsci and in the Pomptine territory it could not even be purchased.
The Volsci, indignant because they alone of all the spectators had been expelled, put themselves in readiness for battle.
For this he was impeached and went into voluntary exile among the Volsci.
Tarquin makes war on the Volsci, and, with the plunder taken from them, builds a temple to Jupiter Capitolinus.
The senators and commons uniting, under the conduct of Æmilius, conquered in battle the Volsci and Æqui who renewed hostilities.