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1. C. Fannius was tribune of the people in B. C. 187. When L. Scipio Asiaticus was sentenced to pay a large sum of money to the treasury, the praetor, Q. Terentius Culleo, declared, that he would arrest and imprison Scipio, if he refused to pay the money. On that occasion C. Fannius declared in his own name and that of his colleagues (with the exception of Tib. Gracchus), that they would not hinder the praetor in carrying his threat into effect. (Liv. 38.60.)

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