Marcus Postumius Albinus Regillensis

For other persons with the cognomen "Albus" or "Albinus", see Albinus (cognomen).

Marcus Postumius Albinus Regillensis was an ancient Roman politician, of patrician family, in the late 5th century BC.[1] He is mentioned by Livy as consular tribune in 403 BC,[2] but this was demonstrated by later scholars to be an error.[1] In reality he was censor in that year with Marcus Furius Camillus.[3] In their censorship a fine was imposed upon all men who had remained single up until old age.[4][5][6]

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