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The Apocolocyntosis passage (c.13) has been misconstrued:
Deinde praefecti duo Iustus Catonius et Rufrius Pollio. Deinde amici Saturninus Lusius et Pedo Pompeius et Lupus et Celer Asinius consulares.
Cf. Tacitus, Annals 13.43:
ii acerbitate accusationis Q. Pomponium ad necessitatem belli civilis detrusum, Iuliam Drusi filiam Sabinamque Poppaeam ad mortem actas et Valerium Asiaticum, Lusium Saturninum, Cornelium Lupum circumventos.
In other words, it is a question not of an "Asinius Lupus" but of a Cornelius Lupus.