Tullius

Tullius

Tullius, röm. Geschlecht, welchem die Cicerone angehörten; s. Cicero. Quintus T. Cicero, des großen Redners Bruder, verwaltete die Provinz Asien, war kurze Zeit Legat Cäsars im gall. Kriege, wurde mit seinem Sohne 43 v. Chr. ein Opfer der Proscription. Seine poet. u. histor. Arbeiten sind verloren, erhalten nur eine Zuschrift »de petitione consulatus« und 4 Briefe.


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