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48. P. Clodius, son of P. Clodius and Fulvia, was a child at the time of his father's death. Milo was accused of having attempted to get him into his power, that he might put him to death. (Ascon. in Milon. p. 36.) His step-father Antonius spoke of him as a hopeful lad. (Cic. Att. 14.13, A.) According to Valerius Maximus (3.5.3) his youth was spent in gluttony and debauchcry, which occasioned a disease of which he died.

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