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Marullus, C. Epi'dius

tribune of the plebs, B. C. 44, removed, in conjunction with his colleague L. Caesetius Flavus, the diadem which had been placed upon the statue of C. Julius Caesar, and attempted to bring to trial the persons who had saluted the dictator as king. Caesar, in consequence, deprived him of the tribunate, by help of the tribune Helvius Cinna, and expelled him from the senate. (D. C. 44.9, 10; Appian, App. BC 2.108, 122; Plut. Cases. 61; Vell. 2.68; Suet. Jul. 79, 80; Cic. Philipp. 13.15.)

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