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Name:  M. Lepidus
Brief biography:  Roman politician, consul with Julius Cæsar in 46 BC and a Triumvir after Cæsar's assassination; removed from office in 36 BC, he remained on the fringe of Roman politics until his death.
Nationality:  Roman
Occupation:  Politician
Date of birth:  -88
Place of birth:  Rome
Date of death:  -12
Place of death:  San Felice Circeo

Roman politician who rose to prominence under Julius Cæsar, serving as consul with him in 46 BC and becoming one of the three Triumvires after Cæsar's assassination; stripped of his offices by Octavian in 36 BC, he was exiled to Circei, but participated occasionally in Roman politics until his death.

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