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C. Fa'dius or Q. Fa'dius

1. C. or Q. FADIUS, for in one of the two passages in which he is mentioned, he is called Caius, and in the other Quintus. He was a libertinus, and seems to have possessed considerable wealth, for his daughter, who was married to M. Antonius, is called a rich woman. (Cic. Philipp. 2.2, ad Att. 16.11.)

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