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P. Sili'cius

as he is called by Plutarch, or SILICIUS CORONAS, as Dio Cassius names him, a Roman senator, and one of the judices appointed to try the conspirators against the life of Caesar in B. C. 43, in accordance with the Lex Pedia. [PEDIUS, No. 1.] Although Octavianus was present with his army, Silicius ventured to vote for the acquittal of M. Brutus, in consequence of which he was afterwards proscribed by the triumvirs, and put to death. Appian erroneously calls him Icilius (D. C. 46.49; Plut. Brut. 27 ; Appian, App. BC 4.27).

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