The gens Attia was a plebeian family at Rome, which may be identical with the gens Atia, also sometimes spelled with a double t. The gens is known primarily from two individuals: Publius Attius Atimetus, a physician to Augustus, and another physician of the same name, who probably lived later during the first century AD, and may have been a son of the first.
- Publius Attius Atimetus, physician to Augustus.
- Publius Attius Atimetus, another physician, probably later during the first century AD.
- Attius Labeo, a Roman poet, the author of a translation of the poems of Homer, which is no longer extant.
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, William Smith, Editor.
- Johann Albert Fabricius, Bibliotheca Graeca xiii. 94 (ed. vet.)
- Johann Christian Wernsdorf, Poetae Latini Minores iv. 577.
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