called Carsuleius by Appian, served under Julius Caesar in the Alexandrine war (B. C. 47), in which he is spoken of as a man of great military skill. (Hirt. B. Alex.
He was tribune of the plebs at the time of Caesar's death (B. C. 44); and as he was a supporter of the aristocratical party, and an opponent of Antony, was excluded from the senate by the latter on the 28th of November. (Cic. Philipp.
3.9.) [TI. CANUTIUS.] He took an active part in the war against Antony in the following year, and fell in the battle of Mutina, in which Antony was defeated. (Appian, App. BC 3.66
, &c.; Cic. Fam. 10.33