whose father was put to death by Tiberius on a charge of treaton. (Suet. Tib. 61
.) Agrippinus was accused at the same time as Thrasea, A. D. 67, and was banished from Italy. (Tac. Ann. 16.28
He was a Stoic philosopher, and is spoken of with praise by Epictetus (apud Stob. Serm.
7), and Arrian. (1.1.)