Gnaeus Octavius

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Gnaeus Octavius was a name used for men among the gens Octavia. Gnaeus was one of the four chief praenomina used by the Octavii, the other three being Gaius, Marcus and Lucius. The most known member was the consul in 87 BC, distant relative of Augustus through his ancestor Gnaeus Octavius Rufus.

Gnaeus Octavius also refers to men from the so-called Octavii Rufi family of the gens Octavia: