23. (P.) CORNELIUS LENTUTLUS MARCELLINUS (probably a son of the preceding), was quaestor in the army of Caesar in B. C. 48, and commanded the part of his intrenchments near Dyrrhachium, which was attacked by Pompey. Marcellinus was defeated with heavy loss, and saved only by the timely arrival of M. Antony to his support. (Caes. Civ. 3.62
; Oros. 6.15
The praenomen of this Marcellinus is unknown: it has been supposed that he was the father of the following
, who is called P. F., but of this there is no proof.