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1. A distinguished Roman eques, whose son Caligula put to death, and invited his father on the same day to a banquet (Senec. de Ira, 3.33; comp. Suet. Cal. 27). Seneca does not mention his gentile name, but he was probably the father of No. 2, more especially as it is stated by Seneca that he had another son.

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