3. M. Duronius
, a Roman senator, who was ejected from the senate in B. C. 97 by the censors, M. Antonius, the orator, and L. Valerius Flaccus; for Duronius in his tribuneship (probably in the year B. C. 98) had abolished a lex sumptuaria,
and had used very frivolous and reckless expressions on that occasion.
In revenge he brought an accusation for ambitus
against the censor M. Antonius. (V. Max. 2.9.5
; Cic. de Orat. 2.68
; comp. 64.)