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the wife of Sejanus, was divorced by him, A. D. 23, after she had borne him three children, when he had seduced Livia, the wife of Drusus, and was plotting against the life of the latter. His subsequent murder of Drusus was first disclosed by Apicata. (Tac. Ann. 4.3, 11.) When Sejanus and his children were killed eight years afterwards, A. D. 31, Apicata put an end to her own life. (D. C. 58.11.)

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