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Marcellus Clau'dius

29. C. Claudius Marcellus, M. F., son of the preceding. He took part in all his father's plans, and appears to have thrown himself into Capua with a view of exciting the slaves and gladiators there to revolt; but being driven from thence by P. Sestius, took refuge in Bruttium, where he was put to death. ( Sest. 4; Oros. 6.6.)


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