Centumalus, Ti. Claudius
had an action brought against him by P. Calpurnius Lanarius on account of alleged fraud in the sale of some property to the latter. Judgment was pronounced against Centumalus by M. Porcius Cato, the father of Cato Uticensis. (Cic. de Off.
3.16; V. Max. 8.2.1
.) [Comp. CATO, No. 6, p. 645a. ]