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the chamberlain and confidential adviser of Septimius Severus. Being the most upright of all the courtiers, he became an object of suspicion and hatred to Caracalla, who upon ascending the throne immediately put him to death, having failed in an attempt, during the lifetime of Severus, to destroy him by treachery. (D. C. 76.14, 77.1.)


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