was appointed by Tiberius the Caesar's legatus or governor of Cappadocia, when the country was reduced to the form of a Roman province in A. D. 18. Veranius was one of the friends of Germanicus, and accordingly took an active part in A. D. 20 in the prosecution of Cn. Piso, who was believed to have poisoned Germanicus.
After the death of Piso in this year [PISO, No. 23], Veranius was rewarded with one of the priestly dignities.
He was consul in the reign of Claudius A. D. 49 with C. Pompeius Gallus.
In the reign of Nero, A. D. 58 he succeeded Didius Gallus as governor of Britain, but died there within a year, and was followed in the government by Suetonius Paulinus. (Tac. Ann. 2.56
It was probably to this Veranius that Onosander dedicated his work on military tactics. [ONOSANDER.]