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Name:  Publius Crassus
Brief biography:  Son of the triumvir Marcus Crassus and a moneyer.
Nationality:  Roman
Occupation:  General and moneyer
Date of death:  53 BC

Publius Licinius Crassus was the son of the wealthy triumvir, Marcus Licinius Crassus. He began his career as a soldier in Gaul under Gaius Julius Caesar, which he survived, and became a moneyer for the republic. He later accompanied his father on campaign against the Parthians in 53 BC. At the battle of Carrhae, which was a disaster for the Romans, and at which Marcus Licinius Crassus was captured by the Parthians, Publius Crassus committed suicide.

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