Terentia, the wife of Cicero. She became mother of M. Cicero, and of a daughter called Tulliola. Cicero repudiated her because she had ben faithless to his bed, when he was banished to asia. Terentia married Sallust, Cicero's enemy and afterwards Messala Corvinus. She lived to her 103rd year, or according to Pliny to her 117th year.