Camillus or Camillus Scribonianus
6. M. Furius
Camillus, surnamed SCRIBONIANUS, was consul in the reign of Tiberius, A. D. 32, together with Cn. Domitius.
At the beginning of the reign of Claudius he was legate of Dalmatia, and revolted with his legions, probably in the hope of raising himself to the throne.
But he was conquered on the fifth day after the beginning of the insurrection, A. D. 42, sent into exile and died in A. D. 53, either of an illness, or, as was commonly reported, by poison. (Tac. Ann. 6.1
1.89, 2.75; Suet. Cl. 13