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3. L. Gavius, who attended to the business of Brutus in Cappadocia, when Cicero was proconsul in Cilicia, and to whom Cicero offered a praefecture at the request of Brutus. Cicero, however, complains bitterly of the disrespectful behaviour of Gavius, and calls him " canis P. Clodii." (ad Att. 6.1.4, 3.6.) Whether he is the same as the Gavius of Firmum (ad Att. 4.8. b. ยง 3) cannot be determined.

Three persons of this name likewise occur in the history of Roman literature : --

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