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The gens Cocceia was a plebeian family at ancient Rome. The gens is first mentioned towards the latter end of the Republic and is best known as the family to which the emperor Nerva belonged. According to Syme, the Cocceii came from Umbria. Marcus Cocceius Nerva was consul of the Roman Republic in 36 BC, together with Lucius Gellius Publicola. His family were of Umbrian origin and were supporters of Marcus Antonius, providing him with several generals and diplomats.



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