He reconciled Augustus to his father who had been up to 31 BCE a staunch adherent of Marcus Antonius. (Senec. Benefic. ii. 25.) Although there is some suggestion that he is the Furnius put to death by the senate in the reign of Tiberius, in 26 CE, for adultery with Claudia Pulchra, (Tac. Ann. iv. 52), doubt remains.
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