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Cornelius Marcellinus

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Son of Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus and Scribonia
Half brother of Cornelius Lentulus; Publius Cornelius Scipio; Cornelia Scipio; Julia "the Elder" and Lentulus Marcellinus

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About Cornelius Marcellinus

Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus

Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus (c. 90 BC – 48 BC) was a Roman statesmen and consul of 56 BC. He was married at least twice. His first wife is unknown but his second wife was probably Scribonia, at least twenty years his junior, who would later become the second wife of Augustus.

He was the father of

  1. Lentulus Marcellinus, Caesar's quaestor put in command of his fortifications at Dyrrhachium in 48 BC by his first wife and
  2. Cornelius Marcellinus by Scribonia (CIL 6.26033: Libertorum et familiae Scribonae Caes. et Corneli Marcell. f. eius); he probably died before reaching adulthood.

Marcellinus died before 47 BC. Scribonia remarried to Publius Cornelius Scipio Salvito, with whom she had two children Cornelius Scipio and Cornelia Scipio, and later she married Augustus and became mother to his only child, Julia the Elder.

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