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Cinna, Corne'lius

5. Cn. Cornelius Cinna Magnus, son of No. 3, and therefore grandson of Pompey, whence he received the surname of Magnus. Though he sided with Antony against Octavius, he was preferred to a priesthood by the conqueror, and became consul in A. D. 5. (Senec. de Clem. 1.9; D. C. 55.14. 22.) [H.G.L]

The name of Cinna occurs, in the form of Cina, on asses, semisses, and trientes. A specimen of one is given below: the obverse represents the head of Janus, the reverse the prow of a ship.

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