Gaius Cornelius Gallicanus
Following his adlectio, Gallicanus was governor of Baetica in AD 79/80, and shortly afterwards of Gallia Lugdunensis, succeeding Titus Tettienus Serenus in 80, until 83. He was appointed suffect consul for the nundinium of September-October 84 with Gaius Tullius Capito Pomponianus Plotius Firmus as his colleague. The pinnacle of his career was as proconsul of Africa for the period 98/99. Upon return to Italy, he was appointed curator of the alimenta for Veleia, a program that provided public funds to care for poor children in Central Italy.