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Varus, Quinti'lius

14. Quintilius Varus, probably the son of No. 13, was accused by Domitius Afer in A. D. 27 (Tac. Hist. 4.66.) He is called by Tacitus the propinquus of the emperor Tiberius; and we learn from Seneca, who had heard Varus declaiming, that he was the son-in-law of Germanicus. (Senec. (Controv. 4.) Varus may also have been called the propinquus of Tiberius, because his mother Claudia Pulchra was the sobrina of Agrippina. (Tac. Ann. 4.52, 66.)

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