2. HATERIUS was proscribed by Augustus, Antony, and Lepidus, in B. C. 43, and betrayed by one of his slaves, who received his freedom in recompence.
The sons of Haterius wished to purchase their father's confiscated estate, but were outbid and insulted by his betrayer. His insolence, however, aroused the sympathy of the people, and the triumvirs reduced him to his former servile condition, and assigned him to the family of his late master. (Appian, App. BC 4.29