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Gallus, Fa'dius

3. T. Fadius Gallus, was quaestor of Cicero in his consulship, B. C. 63, and tribune of the people in B. C. 57, in which year he exerted himself with others to effect the recal of Cicero from exile. At a later period T. Fadius himself appears to have lived in exile, and Cicero in a letter still extant (ad Fam. 5.18) consoled him in his misfortune. (Cic. ad Q. Frat. 1.4, ad Att. 3.23, post Red. in Senat. 8, ad Fam. 7.27.)

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