6. Q. Servilius
Ahala, Q. F. Q. N., consul B. C. 365, and again B. C. 362, in the latter of which years he appointed Ap. Claudius dictator, after his plebeian colleague L. Genucius had been slain in battle. In 360 he was himself appointed dictator in consequence of a Gallic tumultus,
and defeated the Gauls near the Colline gate.
He held the comitia as interrex in 355. (Liv. 7.1