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Fu'lvius

4. A. Fulvius, the son of a Roman, and an accomplice of the Catilinarian conspiracy; but when he was on his way to Catiline, his father, who was informed of his son's design, overtook him, and ordered him to be put to death. (Sal. Cat. 39; D. C. 37.36; V. Max. 5.8.5.)

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