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172 AP. CLAUDIUS PULCHER

T 1 Suet. Gram. et rhet. 10.3

ipse [Ateius] ad Laelium Hermam scripsit se ...praecepisse autem multis et claris iuvenibus, in quis Appio quoque et Pulchro Claudiis fratribus, quorum etiam comes in provincia fuerit.

Against T. Annius Milo (F2)

F 2 Asc. in Cic. Mil., arg. (p.36 KS = 41.6–9 C.)

= 159 F 6.

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172 AP. CLAUDIUS PULCHER

172 AP. CLAUDIUS PULCHER

Ap. Claudius Pulcher (cos. 38 BC; RE Claudius 298) was the elder son of C. Claudius Pulcher; he and his brother studied with L. Ateius Philologus, a teacher of grammar and rhetoric (T 1).

T 1 Suetonius, Lives of Illustrious Men. Grammarians and Rhetoricians

He himself [Ateius] wrote to Laelius Herma(/-es) [probably another grammarian, not otherwise known] that he ... had trained many noble young men, including also the brothers Appius and Pulcher Claudius,1 whose companion he also was in the province.

Against T. Annius Milo (F 2)

In 52 BC Pulcher was among the prosecutors of T. Annius Milo (138), who was supported by Cicero (Cic. Mil.) and others (cf. 92 F 49–50) (TLRR 306, 309, 310).

F 2 Asconius on Cicero, Pro Milone

= 159 F 6.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.fragmentary_republican_latin-oratory.2019