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Rufus, Sempro'nius

1. C. Sempronius Rufus, a friend of Cicero, was accused by M. Tuccius in B. C. 51. Shortly before Caesar's death he had received some injury from Q. Cornificius, in consequence of which Rufus proposed a senatusconsultum after Caesar's death, which contained certain things to the prejudice of Cornificius. (Caelius, ad Fam. 8.8; Cic. Att. 6.2.10, ad Fam. 12.22, 25, 29.) [Comp. RUFIO.]

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