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4. Cn. Munatius Plancus, brother of the two preceding, praetor elect B. C. 44, was charged by Caesar in that year with the assignment to his soldiers of lands at Buthrotum in Epeirus. As Atticus possessed property in the neighbourhood, Cicero commended to Plancus with much earnestverse year, B. C. 43, Plancus was praetor, and was allowed by the senate to join his brother Lucius in Transalpine Gaul, where he negotiated on his brother's behalf with Lepidus, and distinguished himself by his activity in the command of the cavalry of his brother's army. His exertions brought on a fever: for this reason, and also because the two consuls had perished, he was sent back to Rome by Lucius. (Cic. Att. 16.16, ad Fam. 10.6, 11, 15, 17, 21.)

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