5. Cn. Appuleius
Saturninus, the son of No. 4, was present at the trial of Cn. Plancius, in B. C. 54. During Cicero's absence in Cilicia, B. C. 50, he was accused by Cn. Domitius, as Caelius writes to Cicero (Cic. pro Planc. 8, 12, ad Fam.
He is also mentioned by Cicero in B. C. 43, as the heres of Q. Turius (ad Fam.
12.26). This Saturninus is probably the same as the one of whom Valerius Maximus tells a scandalous tale (9.1.8).