4. Dauhter of the triumvir by his third wife Mucia. When her father, in B. C. 59, married Julia, the daughter of Julius Caesar, she was promised to Servilius Caepio, to whom Julia had been already betrothed.
She did not, however, marry Caepio, but Faustus Sulla, the son of the dictator, to whom she had likewise been previously betrothed. Her husband perished in the African war, B. C. 46, and she and her children fell into the hands of Caesar, who, however, dismissed them in safety. (Plut. Caes. 14
47; D. C. 42.13
; Auct. Bell. Afric.
She subsequently married L. Cornelius Cinna, and her son by this marriage, Cn. Cinna Magnus, entered into a conspiracy against Augustus (D. C. 4.14
; Senec. de Clem.
She was with her brother Sextus in Sicily for some time, and she there made presents to the young Tiberius, subsequently emperor, when his parents fled for refuge to the island. (Suet. Tib
As her brother Sextus survived her, she must have died before B. C. 35. (Senec. Consol. ad Polyb.