Presumably from an equestrian family; at the end of 46 BC (Cic. Fam. 4,14,1-3) she was married for her inheritance by her trustee Cicero. The marriage was short and unhappy: It earned Cicero mockery because of the great age difference between them, and the young woman was shunned by him because he suspected her of insufficiently mourning the death of his daughter Tullia (Plut. Cicero 41; Cass. Dio 46,18,3 f.).
M. Gelzer, Cicero, 1969, 288; 292 f.
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