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2. L. JUVENTIUS LATERENSIS, was a legate in the army of Q. Cassius Longinus in Further Spain B. C. 49, and was proclaimed praetor by the soldiers in the conspiracy against the life of Cassius, whom they believed to have been put to death. Cassius, however, escaped the hands of the assassins, and immediately executed Laterensis and the ringleaders of the conspiracy. (Hirt. B. Alex. 53-55.) It is not known what relation this Laterensis was to the preceding.

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