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the mistress of C. Verres, who is said by Cicero to have given all his decisions during his city praetorship (B. C. 74) in accordance with her wishes. She died two years afterwards, when Verres was propraetor in Sicily, leaving him her heir. She is called by the Pseudo-Asconius a plebeian female client of Verres. (Cic. Ver. 1.40, 52, 5.13, 15, 2.47, 4.32; Pseudo-Ascon. p. 193; Schol. Vatic. p. 376, ed. Orelli.)

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