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[5] Again, the friends of Catulus Lutatius, who had been a colleague of Marius in the consulship, and with him had celebrated a triumph over the Cimbri, interceded for him and begged Marius to spare his life; but the only answer they could get was: ‘He must die.’ Catulus therefore shut himself up in a room, lighted up a great quantity of charcoal, and was suffocated.

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