Titus Ollius

Titus Ollius (died AD 31) was a prominent Roman citizen and the father of Poppaea Sabina, the Empress consort of the Roman Empire. His origins lay in Cupra Maritima, a town of Picenum; an inscription found there bears his name and that of three of his freedmen.[1] Ollius was implicated in Sejanus' conspiracy against Tiberius, and committed suicide.[2]


Titus was Nero's father-in-law (#6 below).


  1. ^ CIL IX, 5326
  2. ^ Tacitus, Annales, XIII.45; Ronald Syme, The Augustan Aristocracy (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986), p. 178

Further readingEdit

  • E. Groag, A. Stein, L. Petersen – e.a. (edd.), Prosopographia Imperii Romani saeculi I, II et III, Berlin, 1933 – . (PIR2)