Caepio, was one of Caesar's supporters in his consulship (B. C. 59) against Bibulus.
He had been betrothed to Caesar's daughter, Julia, but was obliged to give her up in favour of Pompey.
As a compensation for her loss, he received the promise of Pompey's daughter, who had likewise been betrothed to Faustus Sulla. (Appian, App. BC 2.14
; Suet. Jul. 21
; Plut. Caes. 14
47; comp. D. C. 38.9