was the pereon to whom Quintilian dedicated his work, De Institutione Oratorie.
He was apparently a man of rank and learning.
A son of Marcellus was educated by Quintilian. (Quint. Ep. cd Tryph., lnst. i. proem. iii. proem.
vi. proemt. xii. fine.
) See Dodwell, Ann. Quintil.
§ 27. Statius inscribed the third book of his Silvae