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1 iv. 9. Oppianicus had been indicted by Cluentius for an attempt upon his life and condemned. The “previous judgments” referred to were condemnations of his accomplices, which made Oppianicus' condemnation inevitable. Oppianicus was condemned, and it was alleged that this was due to bribery by Cluentius. Cluentius was now on his trial for the alleged murder of various persons.
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