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Pompo'nia Graeci'na

the wife of A. Plautius, was accused in the reign of Claudius of practising religious worship unauthorised by the state; but her husband Plautius, who was allowed, on account of his victories in Britain, to judge her, in accordance with the old Roman law, declared her innocent. She was probably the daughter of P. Pomponius Graecinus, consul suffectus A. D. 16. She was related to Julia, the daughter of Drusus, and granddaughter of Pomponia, the daughter of Atticus; and she lived forty years after the death of Julia, who was executed by Claudius at the instigation of Messalina. (Tae. Ann. 13.32.)

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