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3. T. Junius, L. F., a contemporary of Sulla, possessed no mean oratorical powers, but was unable to rise beyond the tribuneship of the plebs, on account of his always suffering from ill health. He accused and obtained the condemnation of P. Sextius, praetor designatus, for bribery at the elections. (Cic. Brut. 48.)

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