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Gaius, consul B.C. 75 with L. Octavius, was one of the most distinguished orators of his time, and is introduced by Cicero as one of the speakers in the treatises De Oratore and De Natura Deorum.


Lucius, praetor in B.C. 70, when he carried the celebrated law (lex Aurelia iudiciaria), which intrusted the iudicia to the senators, equites, and tribuni aerarii.


L. Aurunculēius. One of Caesar's legates in Gaul, who perished with Sabinus in the attack made upon them by Ambiorix, B.C. 54. See Ambiorix.

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