7. T. Antistius
, quaestor in Macedonia, B. C. 50. When Pompey came into the province in the following year, Antistius had received no successor; and according to Cicero, he did only as much for Pompey as circumstances compelled him.
He took no part in the war, and after the battle of Pharsalia went to Bithynia, where he saw Caesar and was pardoned by him.
He died at Corcyra on his return, leaving behind him considerable property. (Cic. Fam. 13.29