26. L. Calpurnius
Piso, the son of No. 24, was consul in A. D. 57 with the emperor Nero, and in A. D. 66 had the charge of the public finances entrusted to him, together with two other consulars.
He was afterwards appointed proconsul of Africa, and was slain there in A. D. 76, because it was reported that he was forming a conspiracy against Vespasian, who had just obtained the empire. (Tac. Ann. 13.28
4.38, 48-50; Plin. Ep. 3.7