a Roman jurist, one of the numerous auditores
of Q. Mucius, P. f. Scaevola, the Pontifex Maximus.
He is mentioned by Pomponius along with Aquilius Gallus, Balbus Lucilius, and Sextus Papirius, as one of the four most eminent pupils of Mucius. Nothing more is known of him. His works possessed high authority, and were incorporated by Servius Sulpicius in his own writings.
In the time of Pomponius, the original productions of the disciples of Mucius were scarce, and were known chiefly through the books of Servius Sulpicius. (Dig. i. tit. 2. s. 2.42.)