The following is a list of Roman tribunes as reported by ancient sources.
A tribune in ancient Rome was a person who held one of a number of offices, including tribune of the plebs (a political office to represent the interests of the plebs), Military tribune (a rank in the Roman army), Tribune of the Celeres (the commander of the king's personal bodyguard), and various other positions. Unless otherwise noted all dates are reported in BC.
The following individuals held the position of Tribune of the Celeres (Tribunus Celerum), the captain of the king's bodyguard who had authority to preside over the Curiate Assembly (Comitia Curiata) during the period of the Roman Kingdom (753–509).
|510/509||Lucius Junius Brutus|
The following individuals held the position of tribune of the plebs (tribunus plebis) during the Roman Republic, starting with the creation of the office in 493 BC.
Unless otherwise indicated, entries are based on T.R.S. Broughton, Magistrates of the Roman Republic, vol. I (1951).
Unless otherwise indicated, entries are based on T.R.S. Broughton, Magistrates of the Roman Republic, vol. II (1952).