a distinguished Roman eques, was a friend of (iermainicus, and was consequoitly hated by Sijains. To please this powerful fatvourite, Lmtinlis Latiaris, who was a friend of Sabinus, induced the latter to speak in unumarded terms both of Sejanus and Tiberins, and then betrayed his confidcilce. Sabiius was executed in prison, and his body thrown out upon the Gemonian steps, and cast into the Tiber.
The ancient writers mention the fidelity of the dog of Sabinus, which would not desert his master, and which tried to bear up his corpse when thrown into the Tiber. (Tac. Ann. 4.18
; D. C. 58.1
; Plin. Nat. 8.40. s. 61