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1. Daughter of C. Marcellus, C. F., and Octavia, the sister of Augustus. She was married, first to M. Vipsanius Agrippa, who separated from her in B. C. 21, after the death of her brother, Marcellus (No. 15), in order to marry Julia, the daughter of Augustus. After this her uncle gave her in marriage, secondly, to Julus Antonius, the son of the triumvir [ANTONIUS, No. 19], by whom she had a son Lucius. After his death she married, thirdly, Sext. Appuleius, who was consul in A. D. 14, by whom she had a daughter, Appuleia Varilia. (Plut. Ant. 87; D. C. 53.1, 54.6; Vell. 2.93, 100; Suet. Aug. 63; Tac. Ann. 2.50.)

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