L. Caesetius, a tribune of the people, deposed from his office in
B.C. 44 by Julius Caesar for having removed the crowns from Caesar's statues and for
imprisoning a person who had saluted Caesar by the title of rex.
next election for consul, Flavus received many votes, and for his defiant bearing towards the
dictator enjoyed a considerable popularity (Suet.
Caes. 79, 80
; Plut. Caes.
; Plut. Ant. 12
Subrius, an officer in the Praetorian Guards who took an active
part in Piso's conspiracy against Nero in A.D. 66 (Dio Cass. lxii. 24).