34. App. Claudius
Pulcher, son of No. 28, was made consul in B. C. 79, though he had been an unsuccessful candidate for the curule aedileship. (Cic. pro Planc.
21; Appian, App. BC 1.103
He was afterwards governor of Macedonia, and engaged in contests with the neighbouring barbarians.
He died in his province, before 76, when he was succeeded by C. Scribonius Curio. (Liv. Epit. 91
; Flor. 3.4
; Oros. 5.23