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2. C. Villius, a friend of Tib. Gracchus, was cruelly put to death by the ruling party after the murder of Gracchus in B. C. 133. He is said to have been shut up in a vessel with snakes and vipers, which was the manner in which parricides were put to death. (Plut. TG 20.)

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