2. Q. Lollius
, a Roman eques in Sicily, was nearly ninety years old at the time of Verres' administration of Sicily (B. C. 73-71), and was most shamefully treated by Q. Apronius, one of the most infamous creatures of Verres. His age and infirm health prevented him from coming forward as a witness against Verres when he was accused by Cicero; but his son, M. Lollius, appeared in his stead.
He had another son, Q. Lollius, who had accused Calidius, and had set out for Sicily for the purpose of collecting information against Verres, but was murdered on the road, according to general opinion, at the instigation of Verres. (Cic. Ver. 3.25