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3. C. Thoanius or TORANIUS, was the tutor or guardian of Octavianuts, and the colleague of his father in the aedileship, but was nevertheless proscribed by the triumvirs in B. C. 43, at the request of his son, who was anxious to obtain possession of his property. His son soon dissipated the inheritance which he had acquired by parricide, was convicted of theft, and died in exile. (Appian, App. BC 4.12, 18; Suet. Octav. 27 ; Val. Max. ix. ll. ยง 5; Ores. 6.18.)

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