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Rufus, Caese'tius

proscribed by Antony in B. C. 43, and killed. He owed his fate to a beautiful insula or detached mansion which he had in the city, and which had taken the fancy of Fulvia, the wife of Antony. When his head was brought to Antony, he sent it to his wife, saying that it did not belong to him. (Appian, App. BC 4.29; V. Max. 9.5.4.)

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