From Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology (London, 1880)
T. A'CCIUS, a native of Pisaurum in Umbria and a Roman knight, was the accuser of A. Cluentius, whom Cicero defended B. C. 66. He was a pupil of Hermagoras, and is praised by Cicero for accuracy and fluency. (Brut. 23, pro Cluent. 23, 31, 57.)
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