Then he confined her in the island of Pandataria. No exile ever filled the eyes of beholders with tears of greater compassion
Ann Book XIV Chapter 63: Divorce and murder of Octavia. Octavia banished

She was then tightly bound with cords, and the veins of every limb were opened; but as her blood was congealed by terror and flowed too slowly, she was killed outright by the steam of an intensely hot bath. To this was added the yet more appalling horror of Poppaea beholding the severed head which was conveyed to Rome. And for all this offerings were voted to the temples
Ann Book XIV Chapter 63: Divorce and murder of Octavia. Octavia banished