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C. Fabri'cius and L. Fabri'cius

1. C. and L. FABRICIUS belonged to the municipium of Aletrium, and were twins. According to Cicero (Cic. Clu. 16, &c.), they were both men of bad character; and C. Fabricius, in particular, was charged with having allowed himself to be made use of as a tool of Oppianicus, about B. C. 67, to destroy A. Cluentius. [A. CLUENTIUS, No. 2.]

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