Tribune tribune any of various military and civil officials in ancient rome military tribunes tribuni militum were originally infantry commanders under the early republic there were six to a legion some were appointed by the consuls chief executives or military commanders and others were elected b. The tribunes of the plebeians were like the consular tribunes part of the solution of the conflict between patricians and plebeians during the roman republic probably originally meant more as a sop thrown to the plebeians by the patricians the sop became a very powerful position in the machinery of the roman government. Tribune was a title of various offices in ancient rome the two most important of which were the tribuni plebis and tribuni militumthe military tribunes were responsible for many administrative and logistics duties and could lead a section of a legion under a consul or even command one alone on the battlefieldthe tribuni plebis wielded great political power as they effectively ran the
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