Peducaea'nus, C. Cu'rtius
praetor B. C. 50, to whom one of Cicero's letters is addressed (ad Fam.
He was probably a son of Sex. Peducaeus, who was propraetor in Sicily B. C. 76-75 [PEDUCAEUS, No. 2], and was adopted by C. Curtius.
In one of Cicero's speeches after his return from banishment, he speaks of M'. Curtius or Curius, as some editions have the name, to whose father he had been quaestor (post Red. in Senat.
The latter person would seem to be the same as the praetor, and the praenomen is probably wrong in one of the passages quoted above.