15. P. Licinius
Crassus Dives, son of No. 14, by Venuleia. (Cic. Att. 12.24
.) In B. C. 87, he was put to death by the horsemen of Fimbria, who belonged to the party of Marius, and, according to Florus (3.21.14
), was massacred before his father's eyes. Appian (B. C. i. p. 394) differs from other historians in his account of this transaction.
He relates that the father, after slaying his son, was himself slaughtered by the party in pursuit.