2. Q. Terentius
Culleo, was tribune of the plebs, B. C. 58, the year in which Cicero was banished.
He was a friend of Cicero's, and did all in his power to prevent his banishment and afterwards to obtain his recall.
He is mentioned by Cicero two years afterwards as one of the minor pontiffs.
In the war which followed the death of Caesar we find Culleo in B. C. 43 passing over from the army of Antony to join Lentulus. Culleo was placed by Lepidus to guard the passage of the Alps; but he allowed Antony to cross them without offering any resistance. (Cic. Att. 3.15
, de Harusp. Resp. 6, ad Fam.
10.34, comp. ad Qu. Fr.
2.2, ad Att.
8.12; Appian, App. BC 3.83