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L. Caesule'nus

a Roman orator, who was already an old man, when Cicero heard him. Cicero (Cic. Brut. 34) calls him a vulgar man, and adds, that he never heard any one who was more skilful in drawing suspicions upon persons, and in making them out to be criminals. He appears to have been one of the many low persons of those times, with whom accusation was a regular business.

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