2. The daughter of Q. Pompeius Rufus, son of the consul of B. C. 88 [POMPEIUS, No. 8], and of Conelia, the daughter of the dictator Sulla.
She married C. Caesar, subsequently the dictator, in B. C. 67, but was divorced by him in B. C. 61, because she was suspected of intriguing with Clodius, who stealthily introduced himself into her husband's house while she was celebrating the mysteries of the Bona Dea. (Suet. Jul. 6
; Plut. Caes. 5
; D. C. 37.45