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M. Caepa'rius

1. Of Tarracina, a town in Latium, was one of Catiline's conspirators, who was to induce the shepherds in Apulia to rise, and who was on the point of leaving Rome for the purpose when the conspirators were apprehended by Cicero. He escaped from the city, but was overtaken in his flight, carried back to Rome, and committed to the custody of Cn. Terentius. He was afterwards executed with the other conspirators in the Tullianum, B. C. 63. (Cic. in Cat. 3.6; Sal. Cat. 46, 47, 55.)

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    • Sallust, Catilinae Coniuratio, 46
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