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3. The elder of the two sisters of Caesar the dictator, married, but in what order is uncertain, L. Pinarius, of a very ancient patrician family (Liv. 1.7), and Q. Pedius, by each of whom she had at least one son. (App. BC 3.22, 23; Suet. Jul. 83.) It is doubtful whether it was the elder or the younger of the dictator's sisters who gave her evidence against P. Clodius [CLODIUS, No. 40], when impeached for impiety in B. C. 61. (Suet. Jul. 74; Schol. Bob. in Clod. p. 337, Orelli.)

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