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11. L. Oppius, a Roman eques, was a witness on behalf of Flaccus, whom Cicero defended in B. C. 59. (Cic. pro Flacc. 13.) He is probably the same as the L. Oppius, M. f., whom Cicero recommended to Quintius Gallius, and whom he calls homo mihi familiaris, and famniliarissimus (ad Fazm. 13.43), and also the same as the L. Oppius, whom Cicero recommended to Q. Philippus, proconsul in Asia, B. C. 54 (ad Fam. 13.73, 74).

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