Geta was the author of a tragedy titled Medea. The tragedy has 462 verses in which the dialogue is in dactylic hexameters. From beginning to end, the tragedy has choral portions in anapaestic dimeters. It has a Centro Virgilianus. Medea could have been the earliest piece of Roman literature that could have been fabricated.
There is a possibility that Hosidius Geta could have been Gnaeus Hosidius Geta; a Roman general and consul who lived in the first century. The exploits of Gnaeus Hosidius Geta were during the reign of the Emperor Claudius, for his military service in Mauretania and Britain. His exploits are commemorated by Roman Greek historian and senator Cassius Dio.