Notable Spurinnae include:
- Velthur Spurinna (5th century BC), from Tarquinia, who led an Etruscan contingent to Sicily to aid Athens in the siege of Syracuse (414–413 BC).
- Spurinna, the haruspex who warned Julius Caesar about the Ides of March.
- Titus Vestricius Spurinna (ca. 24–after 105 AD), a two-time consul and friend of Pliny the Younger.
- Vestricius Spurinna, a general under Otho.
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