5. C. Servilius
Ahala, magister equitum B. C. 389, when Camillus was appointed dictator a third time. (Liv. 6.2
.) Ahala is spoken of as magister equitum in 385, on occasion of the trial of Manlius. Manlius summoned him to bear witness in his favour, as one of those whose lives he had saved in battle; but Ahala did not appear. (4.20.) Pliny, who mentions this circumstance, calls Ahala P.
Servilius. (H. N.