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Antonius Natalis (fl. AD 65) was an ancient Roman of the equestrian order who took part in the Pisonian conspiracy against Nero. Threatened with torture, he disclosed his fellow-conspirators' names and avoided punishment.
- Tacitus, Annals xv.50,54–56,71
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