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Marcus Actorius Naso
Historical fragments
translated by John C. Rolfe, The Lives of the Twelve Caesars
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1913 (Loeb Classical Library)


1 Suet. Caes. 9 Not only Curio, but Marcus Actorius Naso as well declare that Caesar made another plot with Gnaeus Piso, a young man to whom the province of Spain had been assigned unasked and out of the regular order, because he was suspected of political intrigues at Rome; that they agreed to rise in revolt at the same time, Piso abroad and Caesar at Rome, aided by the Ambrani and the peoples beyond the Po; but that Piso's death brought both their designs to naught.

2 Suet. Caes. 52 He had love affairs with queens too, including Eunoe the Moor, wife of Bogudes, on whom, as well as on her husband, he bestowed many splendid presents, as Naso writes; but above all with Cleopatra.