the name of a noble Etruscan family at Tarquinii, two members of which are mentioned by Cicero, namely, P. Caesennius and Caesennia, first the wife of M. Fulcinius, and afterwards of A. Caecina. (Cic. pro Caecin.
4, 6, 10.)
The name is found in sepulchral inscriptions. (Müller, Etrusker,
i. p. 433.)