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(c. 108 bc — 162 ad) Roman nobleman and conspirator

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(c. 108–62bc),

Roman nobleman and conspirator. In 63 bc his planned uprising was discovered by Cicero, and Catiline fled from Rome. In the suppression of the uprising his fellow conspirators were executed and Catiline himself died in battle in Etruria.

Subjects: Classical studies

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