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L. Bacillus

praetor B. C. 45, to whom Caesar would not assign a province, but gave a sum of money instead. Bacillus felt the indignity so much, that he put an end to his life by voluntary starvation. (D. C. 43.47.) It is conjectured that Babullius, whose death Cicero mentions in this year (ad Att. 13.48), may be the same as the above.

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