was accused in A. D. 23 of having assisted Tacfarinas with corn, but was acquitted.
He was condemned in A. D. 37 to deportatio in insulam,
as one of the accomplices of the adulteries of Albucilla, at which time he is spoken of as a man of praetorian rank. His name occurs in some editions of Tacitus. under the form of Grasidius. (Tac. Ann. 4.13