Compare v 9-10 'protinus inde domus uobis Pompeia petetur: / non est Augusto iunctior ulla foro'.
She was his second wife, Pompeia, a relative of Pompey the Great, being the first.
Pompeia Paulina, a young and very noble Roman lady, had married Seneca in his extreme old age.
Pompeia was suspected of having helped Publius to be present.
In the Via Pompeia is an early Renaissance house with fine decorations in marble and terra-cotta.
At any rate, when the scandal got abroad, he did divorce Pompeia, alleging that it did not suit Cæsar to have his wife suspected.
Clodius was in love with Pompeia, Cæsar's wife, and Pompeia was in no way averse to him.
Her name was Pompeia, He divorced Pompeia about this time, under very extraordinary circumstances.
He found the philosopher at supper with his beloved wife, Pompeia Paulina, and two friends.
Finding the door open, he was safely let in by a female slave who was in the secret, and who forthwith ran off to tell Pompeia.