a rhetorician, whose daughter Quintilian married. (Plin. Ep. 6.32
; Quint. Inst. 3.1.21
, where Tutilius should be read instead of Rutilius.) [QUINTILIANUS, p. 635a.]
L. TU'TIUS CEREA'LIS, consul under Trajan A. D. 106 with L. Ceionius Commodus Verus (Fasti). Pliny speaks of Tutius Cerealis a consularis
in one of his letters (Ep.
2.11); but as the letter was written in A. D. 99, it must refer to some other person of the same name, unless we suppose that the consul of the year 106 had held the same dignity previously.