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2. Cornelius Phagita, the commander of a company of soldiers, into whose hands Caesar fell when he was proscribed by Sulla in B. C. 82. It was with difficulty that Cornelius allowed him to escape even after receiving a bribe of two talents, but Caesar never punished him when he afterwards obtained supreme power. (Suet. Jul. 74; Plut. Caes. 1.

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