This version is the result of meticulous checking against recent reputable sources (RRS).
Other editions may spell Martius as Marcius and remember that this character becomes Coriolanus in 1.9
The First Folio (FF) consistently uses Citizen/s as character names. For some reason RRS calls them Citizens in Acts 1, 2 and 4 but calls them Plebeians in Act 3.
Likewise inconsistencies may be found between Senator and Patrician as character names.
At 2.3.257 "And Censorinus … chosen censor" appears in FF as "And nobly nam'd, so twice being censor" and may appear thus in some editions.
At 3.1.228-231 "weapons, weapons" to "peace, peace" other editions may have different ideas about who speaks these lines.
The speech at 3.1.384 "The service … before it was" is given to Menenius in some editions.
FF and RRS both give 3.2.29 "Ay, and burn too" to Volumnia but it has been seen given to A Patrician.
FF gives 4.1.41 "O the Gods!" to Coriolanus but RRS gives it to Virgilia.
At 5.2.21 FF has "For I have ever verified my friends" but RRS and other editions prefer "varnished" - and this essay
even suggests "narrified" as an option.