5. M. Cluvius
, a wealthy banker of Puteoli, with whom Cicero was on intimate terms. In B. C. 51, Cicero gave him a letter of introduction to Thermus, who was propraetor in Asia, whither Cluvius was going to collect some debts due to him from various cities and individuals.
In his will he bequeathed part of his property to Cicero. (Cic. Att. 6.2
, ad Fam.
13.56, ad Att.