a Roman ambassador, was sent with three others to Lar Tolumnius, the king of the Veientes, in B. C. 438, by whom he was killed. Statues of all four were placed on the Rostra. (Liv. 4.16
; Cic. Phil. 9.2
.) In Pliny (Plin. Nat. 34.6. s. 11
) the reading is Sp. Nautius, which ought, however, to be changed into Antius. (Comp. Drakenborch, ad Liv. l.c.