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3. A. Aurius Melinus, a relation of the two preceding, threatened to prosecute Oppianicus, on account of the murder of M. Aurius. Oppianicus thereupon fled from Larinum, but was restored by Sulla, and obtained the proscription and death of M. Aurius Melinus and his son, Caius. (100.8.) Melinus had married Cluentia, the daughter of Sassia; but as his mother-in-law fell in love with him, he divorced Cluentia and married Sassia. (cc. 5, 9, 26.)

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