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Sorānus

Barea. A Roman of great integrity, consul suffectus in A.D. 52. He was accused of treason under Nero, and his daughter Servilia was charged with magic. Both were put to death, the chief witness against Soranus being his former teacher P. Egnatius Celer (Tac. Ann. xvi. 30; Juv.iii. 16).

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