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Turri'nus, Clo'dius

the name of two rhetoricians, father and son, spoken of with praise by the elder Seneca, who gives a short account of them. The elder by his eloquence obtained wealth and honour, and held an important public office in Spain. The son was an intimate friend of Seneca. (Senec. Controv. v. Praef. p. 333, ed. Bip., Suas. 2, Contr. 30-35.)

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