6. C. Cluvius
, made consul suffectus in B. C. 29 by Augustus. (D. C. 52.42
It was probably this Cluvius who in B. C. 45 was appointed by Caesar to superintend the assignment of lands in Gallia Cisalpina, when Cicero wrote to hinm on behalf of the town of Atella. (Ad Fam.
This same Cluvius also is probably referred to in a funeral oration of the age of Augustus. (Orelli, Inscr.
The annexed coin, struck in the third dictatorship of Caesar, seems to belong to this Cluvius. Its obverse represents the head of Victory, with CAESAR DIC. TER.; its reverse Pallas, with C. CLOVI PRAEF.