3. A. Licinius
Nerva, probably the son of the praetor of B. C. 166.
According to Drumann he was praetor in B. C. 143, and in B. C. 142 governor of Macedonia, when his quaestor, L. Tremellius, defeated a Pseudoperseus, or a Pseudophilippus, for there seems some uncertainty about the name, and a body of 16,000 men in arms. Nerva received on this occasion the title of imperator. (Liv. Epit. 53
; Eutrop. 4.15