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7. SER. SULPICIUS, SER. F. SER. N. GALBA, a son of No. 6, succeeded Calpurnius Piso as praetor in Spain, and was consul in B. C. 108; and in 100, during the disturbances of Appuleius Saturninus, he took up arms to defend the republic against the revolutionists. (Appian, Hispua. 99 ; J. Obseq. 100; Cic. pro Rab. perd. 7.)

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