M. Barbatius Pollio Quaestor Pro Praetore of the Roman Republic from 41 BC to 41 BC.
M. Barbatius Pollio held the unusual office Quaestor Pro Praetore in the east in 41-40 BC. He accompanied Marcus Antonius after the battle of Philippi. He was probably also Curule Aedile.

He restored aedicula shrine on the Forum Romanum and fountain of goddess Juturna (Lacus Iuturnae).

A provincial quaestor normally acted as subordinate to a governor. If the governor of a province died or left before the arrival of his replacement he was substituted for by his quaestor who governed as quaestor pro praetore until the expiry of the official year.
M. Barbatius Pollio
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An AR Denarius struck 41 BC in Military Mint | Ephesos?
Obverse: head of Mark Antony right, M·ANT·I(MP)·(AV)G·III·VIR·R·P·C·M·BARBAT·Q·P

Reverse: head of Octavian Caesar right, CAESAR·IMP·PONT·III·VIR·R·P·C·

Diameter: 0 mm
Die Orientation: 0 H
Weight: 3.3 g

Mark Antony, Octavian Caesar, struck in Ephesus? from spring to early summer 41 BC. Moneyer held unusual office quaestor pro praetore in the east in 41-40 BC. He accompanie Mark Antony after the battle of Philippi. He was probably also Curule Aedile. He restored aedicula shrine on the Forum Romanum and fountain of goddess Juturna (Lacus Iuturnae).

Crawford 517/2, RSC I Mark Antony and Augustus 8, BMCRR 103, Sydenham 1181, SRCV I 1504