List of undated Roman consuls

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This is a list of Roman consuls , individuals who were either elected or nominated to the highest elected political office of the Roman Republic, or a high office of the Empire, but for whom an exact date of when they served in office is absent. Most are reckoned to be suffect consuls, but occasionally it encompasses an ordinary consul.

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3rd century BC

Approximate YearConsul(s)Consul type
Between 222 and 218 Marcus Aemilius Lepidus [1] suffectus

1st century AD

Approximate YearConsul(s)Consul type
21 or 22Gaius Asinius Pollio [note 1] [2] suffectus
21, 22, 40 or 41 Marcus Cocceius Nerva [3]
Gaius Vibius Rufinus
suffecti
Between 37 and 54Pompeius Pedo [4] suffectus
39 or 40Pompeius Pennus [5] suffectus
39 or 40 Lucius Annius Vinicianus [5] suffectus
39 or 40Cluvius [5] suffectus
c. 40 Gaius Ummidius Durmius Quadratus [6] suffectus
40, 41 or 44Titus Axius [7]
Titus Mussidius Pollianus
suffecti
40, 44 or 45Publius Fabius Firmanus [8]
Lucius Tampius Flavianus [note 2]
suffecti
40, 42, or 45Popillius Balbus [9] suffectus
40, 42, or 45Anteius Rufus [9] suffectus
Between 40 and 46Lurius Varus [10] suffectus
Between 40 and c.200Gaius Nonius Proculus [11] suffectus
Between 41 and 54 Gaius Calpurnius Piso [12] suffectus
42 or 43 Gaius Suetonius Paulinus [13] [note 2] suffectus
45 or 47Marius Cordus [14] suffectus
Before 47 Publius Ostorius Scapula [15] suffectus
49, 50 or 54Quintus Futius [16]
Publius Calvisius
suffecti
53 or 54Publius Volasenna [17] suffectus
53 or 54 Marcus Aponius Saturninus [18] suffectus
c. 54 Pompeius Paullinus [19] suffectus
54 or 55Marcus Junius Silanus [20] suffectus
60 or 61 Aulus Ducenius Geminus [21] suffectus
60 or 61 Lucius Junius Quintus Vibius Crispus [21] suffectus
Between 60 and 65Caesennius Maximus [18] suffectus
Before 65 Cluvius Rufus [20] suffectus
Between 60 and 65Rubrius Gallus [18] suffectus
c. 70Lucius Sergius Paullus [22] suffectus
c. 71 Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Asprenas [23] suffectus
c. 72 Titus Vestricius Spurinna [24] [note 2] suffectus
c. 72 Gnaeus Pinarius Cornelius Clemens [25] suffectus
72 or 73 Gaius Dillius Aponianus [26] suffectus
72 or 73 Lucius Cornelius Pusio Annius Messalla [27]
Plotius Pegasus
suffecti
72 or 73 Sextus Vettulenus Cerialis [28] suffectus
72 or 73 Publius Nonius Asprenas Caesius Cassianus [29] suffectus
Between 72 and 74 Titus Aurelius Fulvus [30] [note 2] suffectus
Between 72 and 74 Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas [31] suffectus
Between 72 and 75Mettius Pomposianus [32] [33] suffectus
Between 72 and 78 Aulus Didius Gallus Fabricius Veiento [34] [note 2] suffectus
c. 73 Sextus Julius Frontinus [24] [note 2] suffectus
73 or 74 Marcus Hirrius Fronto Neratius Pansa [35] suffectus
Between 73 and 76 Gaius Vettulenus Civica Cerealis [36] suffectus
Between 73 and 76 Lucius Mestrius Florus [37] suffectus
Between 74 and 78[...] Marcellus [38]
Quintus Aurelius Pactumeius Clemens
suffecti
Between 74 and 79Titus Turpilius Dexter [39]
Marcus Maecius Rufus
suffecti
75 or 76 Sextus Sentius Caecilianus [40] suffectus
Between 76 and 78 Gnaeus Domitius Afer Titius Marcellus Curvius Lucanus [41] suffectus
Between 76 and 78 Gnaeus Domitius Afer Curvius Tullus [42] [note 2] suffectus
77 or 78 Lucius Luscius Ocrea [40] suffectus
c. 78Lucius Octavius Memor [43] suffectus
Before 79 Publius Glitius Gallus [44] suffectus
Before 79Quintus Cornelius Fa[...] [45]
[...]nidius Quartus
suffecti
Before 79Marcus Corvius Rufus (or Rusticus) [45] suffectus
Before 79[...] Cominius [46]
Lucius Minicius
suffecti
Before 80 Aulus Caesennius Gallus [47] suffectus
c. 80Lucius Salvius Otho Cocceianus [48] suffectus
Before 82 Titus Atilius Rufus [49] suffectus
82 or 83 Aulus Didius Gallus Fabricius Veiento III [50] suffectus
82 or 83 Lucius Junius Quintus Vibius Crispus III [51] suffectus
83 or 84 Gnaeus Pedanius Fuscus Salinator [52] suffectus
c. 84 Marius Priscus [52] suffectus
c. 84 Publius Calvisius Ruso Julius Frontinus [53] suffectus
Before 87 Servius Cornelius Scipio Salvidienus Orfitus [54] suffectus
Before 87Lucius Dasumius Hadrianus [55] suffectus
Before 87 Sallustius Lucullus [56] suffectus
Before 87 Helvidius Priscus [56] suffectus
c. 93[ ? Lucius] Julius Mar(inus)? [57] suffectus
After 97Quintus Asinius Marcellus [58]
Aulus Caepio Crispinus
suffecti
Before 100Aufidius Umber [59] suffectus
Late 1st to early 2nd centuryLucius Julius Proculeianus [60] suffectus

2nd century

Approximate YearConsul(s)Consul type
1st half of 2nd centuryLucius Volusius Torquatus [61] suffectus
c. 101 Rubrius Gallus [58]
Galeo Tettienus Severus Marcus Eppuleius Proculus Tiberius Caepio Hispo
suffecti
Before 103 Marcus Herennius Pollio [62] suffectus
Before 103Lucceius Albinus [62] suffectus
c. 104 Sextus Subrius Dexter Cornelius Priscus [63] suffectus
Before 105 Decimus Terentius Scaurianus [62] suffectus
Before 105[? Gnaeus Pompeius] Longinus II [62] suffectus
After 105Marcus Clodius Lunensis [62]
Publius Licinius Crassus
suffecti
106 or 108Lucius Tutilius Lupercus [64] suffectus
Before 109 Gaius Julius Alexander [62] suffectus
Before 109Kan[us Junius Niger] [65] suffectus
c. 117 Marcus Erucius Clarus [62]
Tiberius Julius Alexander Julianus
suffecti
c. 117 Lusius Quietus [62] suffectus
Before 118 Lucius Bellicius Sollers [62] suffectus
Between 118 and 138 Herennius Severus [62] suffectus
Before 120Calpurnius Reginnianus [62] suffectus
Before 120[? A- or Se]rtorius [62] suffectus
c. 120Junius Qua[dratus?] [66] suffectus
120 or 121[...]catus Publius Valerius Priscus [67] suffectus
120 or 121Quintus Aburnius Caedicianus [68]
Gaius Bruttius Praesens Lucius Fulvius Rusticus [note 2]
suffecti
Between 121 and 123 Lucius Cornelius Latinianus [67] suffectus
Between 123 and 126 Gaius Calpurnius Flaccus [67]
Lucius Trebius Germanus
suffecti
Between 123 and 142Ennius (?) Proculus [69] suffectus
Before 125Lucius Statorius Secundus [67] suffectus
Before 125Cornelius Proculus [70] suffectus
c. 125Niger [71]
Tiberius Lartidius Celer
suffecti
Between 125 and 129Quintus Vetina [72]
Publius Julius
suffecti
c. 126 Sextus Julius Major [73] suffectus
c. 126Tiberius Julius Julianus Alexander [67] suffectus
c. 129 Tiberius Julius Candidus Celsus [74] suffectus
Between 129 and 138Severus [70]
Lucius Flavius Arrianus Xenophon
suffecti
Between 129 and 133 Lucius Aurelius Gal[lus] [75]
[...]us Priscus
suffecti
Between 130 and 138 Gaius Oppius Sabinus Julius Nepos Manius Vibius Sollemnis Severus [76] suffectus
c. 130Titus Atilius Maximus [70] suffectus
c. 130 Julianus [70]
Castus
suffecti
Between 130 and 150Claudius Varenus [69] suffectus
c. 131 Lucius Antonius Albus [70] suffectus
c. 132Popillius Priscus [70] suffectus
132 or 133 Lucius Varius Ambibulus [70] suffectus
135 or 136 Quintus Lollius Urbicus [77] suffectus
c. 136Lucius Roscius Paculus [78] suffectus
c. 137 Titus Vitrasius Pollio [79] suffectus
Before 138Valerius Urbicus [70] suffectus
Before 138Julius Cassus [76] suffectus
c. 138Cornellius Priscianus [80] suffectus
c. 138 Gaius Julius Severus [81] suffectus
c. 138 Titus Caesernius Quinctianus [82] suffectus
138 or 139[...]us Priscus [83] suffectus
Between 138 and 143 Publius Cluvius Maximus Paullinus [84] suffectus
Between 138 and 161Lucius Sariolenus Naevius Fastus [85] suffectus
Between 138 and 180Lucius Marius Vegetinus Marcianus Minicianus Myrtilianus [69] suffectus
c. 139 Appius Annius Gallus [83] suffectus
139 or 140Domitius Seneca [83] suffectus
Between 138 and 143Lucius Pomponius Bassus Cascus Scribonianus [86] suffectus
Between 140 and 143 Gaius Javolenus Calvinus [87] suffectus
140 or 141 Tiberius Claudius Saturninus [83] suffectus
141, 143 or 144 Gaius Claudius Maximus [83] suffectus
c. 143Vilius Kadus [88] suffectus
143, 149, 150 or 158Sextus Pedius Hirrutus Lucilius Pollio
Lucius Iu[...] [89]
suffecti
144 or 145 Lucius Neratius Proculus [90] suffectus
c. 145 Lucius Venuleius Apronianus Octavius Priscus [note 2] [91] suffectus
Before 146 Sextus Erucius Clarus [note 2] suffectus
Before 147Sulpicius Julianus [92] suffectus
Between 147 and 156 Sextus Aemilius Equester [93] suffectus
Between 149 and 151 Titus Flavius Longinus Quintus Marcius Turbo [94] suffectus
Between 149 and 151 Gnaeus Julius Verus [note 2] [94] suffectus
Mid 2nd-centuryQuintus Antonius Cassius Cassianus [69] suffectus
c. 150 Quintus Caecilius Marcellus Dentilianus [95] suffectus
150 or 151 Lucius Novius Crispinus Martialis Saturninus [94] suffectus
150 or 151Decimus Seius Seneca [94] suffectus
c. 151 Publius Seius Fuscianus [note 2] [96] suffectus
c. 151 Titus Pomponius Proculus Vitrasius Pollio [note 2] [94] suffectus
c. 151[? Lucius Nonius Calpurnius] Torquatus Asprenas [97]
Lucius Sergius Paullus [note 2]
suffecti
c. 151Decimus Fonteius Fronto [98] suffectus
Before 154Gaius Jul[ius ...] [99] suffectus
Before 155Claudius Agrippinus [100] suffectus
Between 155 and 160Lucius Fulvius Rusticus Aemilianus [101] suffectus
c. 156 Julius Proculus [102] suffectus
Mid 2nd CenturyAccius Julianus [103] suffectus
Before 159, possibly 155 or 156Maximus Lucilianus [99] suffectus
c. 158Lucius Junius Victorinus Flavius Caelianus [104] suffectus
c. 159Gaius Julius Commodus Orfitianus [105] suffectus
c. 159Lucius Matuccius Inscinus [106] suffectus
159 or 160 Marcus Jallius Bassus Fabius Valerianus [106] suffectus
c. 161Publius Furius Saturninus [107] suffectus
Between 161 and 168[...] Proculus [108]
Munatius [...]
suffecti
Between 161 and 169, or 177 and 180[...] Egr[ilius Plarianus Larcius Lep]idus [Flavius ...] [76] suffectus
Between 161 and 169Sextus Cornelius Clemens [109] suffectus
Between 161 and 192Junius Macr(---) (? Macer) [110] suffectus
Between 161 and 192Lucius Junius Rufinus Proculianus [110] suffectus
Between 161 and 211Junius Paulinus [111] suffectus
c. 162Gaius Allius Fuscianus [112] suffectus
c. 162 Lucius Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus [113] suffectus
163 or 164Publius Julius Scapula Tertullus [114] suffectus
Before 164 Sohaemus [115] suffectus
c. 164Gaius Raecius Rufus [116] suffectus
Between 164 and 169[...]ci[.]us [109]
L. Aemilus Front[inus]
suffecti
c. 165 Publius Vigellius Saturninus [117] suffectus
c. 165Gaius Maesius Picatianus [118] suffectus
Between 165 and 168Novius P[riscus] [109] suffectus
Before October 166 Marcus Claudius Fronto [119] suffectus
165 or 166 Publius Julius Geminius Marcianus [120] suffectus
c. 166 Lucius Volusius Maecianus [120] suffectus
166 [121] or 167 [122] Gaius Avidius Cassius suffectus
c. 167 Quintus Antistius Adventus Postumius Aquilinus [123] suffectus
c. 167 Gnaeus Claudius Severus [note 2] [124] suffectus
c. 167Marcus Arranius Venustus [125] suffectus
c. 167Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus [note 2] [126] suffectus
167 or 168Publius Caelius Optatus [127] suffectus
Between 168 and 170Marcus Antonius Zeno [128] suffectus
169 or 170Marcus Lucceius Torquatus Bassianus [129] suffectus
Between 169 and 175Titus Varius Clemens [130] suffectus
Before 170Marcus Valerius Bradua [128] suffectus
c. 170 Titus Flavius Claudius Sulpicianus suffectus
c. 170Quintius Junius Mauricus [128] suffectus
Between 170 and 174 Pollienus Auspex (maior)suffectus
Between 170 and 175 Lucius Aemilius Carus [131] suffectus
Between 170 and 190Tiberius Claudius Aristocles [132] suffectus
c. 172 Caerellius Priscus [133] suffectus
Between 172 and 176Titus Flavius Claudius Sulpicianus [131] suffectus
Between 172 and 176Sulpicius Crassus [131] suffectus
c. 173 Gaius Arrius Antoninus [134] suffectus
c. 173 Manius Acilius Glabrio [note 2] [134] suffectus
c. 173Gaius Laberius Quartinus [135] suffectus
c. 173Titus Rustius Caepio [136] suffectus
c. 173Lucius Ulpius Marcellus [137] suffectus
c. 174 Publius Cornelius Anullinus [note 2] [138] suffectus
c. 175 Gaius Vettius Sabinianus Julius Hospes [139] suffectus
c. 175 Marcus Macrinius Avitus Catonius Vindex [139] suffectus
c. 175/176(?) Gaius Pantuleius Graptiacus [140] suffectus
c. 175/176Sulpicius Crassus [141] suffectus
Between 175 and 180 Tiberius Julius Frugi [142] suffectus
Between 175 and 182 Lucius Albinius Saturninus [143] suffectus
c. 176Lucius Vespronius Candidus Sallustius Sabinianus [139] suffectus
Between 177 and 180Lucius Hedius Rufus Lollianus Avitus [144] suffectus
Between 177 and 181Marcus Atilius Severus [143] suffectus
c. 178Titus Licinnius Mucianus [143] suffectus
178 or 179 Aulus Julius Pompilius Piso Titus Vib[ius ...]tus Laevillius Berenicianus [145] suffectus
c. 180Asellius Aemilianus [146] suffectus
c. 180 Lucius Saevinius Proculus [80] suffectus
Shortly after 180Marcus Helvius Clemens Dextrianus [147] suffectus
Between 180 and 183 Gaius Pescennius Niger [147] suffectus
Between 180 and 185(Marcus Gavius) Gallicanus [148] suffectus
Between 180 and 191Quintus Licinius Nepos [149] suffectus
Between 180 and 192Gaius Allius Fuscus [112] suffectus
Between 180 and 192 Gaius Julius Asper [112] suffectus
Between 180 and 192Gaius Claudius Clemens Licinianus [150] suffectus
Between 180 and 192Flavius Rufinianus [151] suffectus
Between 180 and 204 Marcus Antius Crescens Calpurnianus [152] suffectus
Between 180 and 211Marcus Aemilius (Macer) Saturninus [153] suffectus
Between 180 and 211Gaius Asinius (Protimus) Quadratus [154] suffectus
Before 182Egnatius Capito [155] suffectus
c. 182Lucius Ragonius Urinatius Larcius Quintianus [156] suffectus
Before 183 Gaius Domitius Dexter [note 2] [157] suffectus
Before 183(? Marcus) Antonius (? Ivvenis) [147] suffectus
Before 183Cingius Severus [147] suffectus
Before 183Severus [158] suffectus
183 or 184 (? Marcus) Cassius Apronianus [159] suffectus
Between 183 and 185Marcus Asinius Rufinus Valerius Verus Sabinianus [159] suffectus
Between 183 and 196M(---) Pin(---) Tiliu(---) [160] suffectus
Between 184 and 190[...]mus [161]
Appius Claudius Lateranus
suffecti
Between 184 and 192Gnaeus Suellius Rufus [158] suffecti
c. 185 Titus Aius Sanctus [159] suffectus
c. 185 Marcus Valerius Maximianus [162] suffectus
c. 185 Pollienus Auspex (minor) [163] suffectus
c. 185 or 186 Marcus Umbrius Primus [164] suffectus
Between 185 and 188 Decimus Clodius Septimius Albinus [note 2] [165] suffectus
Between 185 and 192Priscus [161]
Clarus
suffecti
Before 186Julius Lepidianus [166] suffectus
Before 186Gaius Julius Saturninus [167] suffectus
c. 186 Quintus Hedius Rufus Lollianus Gentianus [166] suffectus
186 or 187 Minicius Opimianus [168] suffectus
Between 187 and 190Tarius Titianus [165] suffectus
Between 186 and 190Lucius Calpurnius Proculus [169] suffectus
Between 187 and 192Aemilius Severus Cantabrinus [161] suffectus
c. 188 Cornelius Repentinus [161] suffectus
Between 188 and 190 Quintus Aurelius Polus Terentianus [170] suffectus
Between 188 and 193Gaius Mat(t)ius Sabinius Sullinus Vatinianus Anicius Maximus Caesulenus Martialis Pisibanus Ledipus [170] suffectus
c. 190 Titus Flavius Carminius Athenagoras Claudianus [171] suffectus
c. 190Claudius Stratonicus [170] suffectus
c. 190Marcus Iuventius Caesianus [170] suffectus
c. 190Marcus Iuventius Secundus [172] suffectus
Between 190 and 192Quintus Larcius Euripianus [112] suffectus
c. 191 Publius Septimius Geta [note 2] [173] suffectus
c. 192Tiberius Claudius Gordianus [174] suffectus
c. 192 Gaius Memmius Fidus Julius Albius [175] suffectus
Before 193(Aulus) Sellius Clodianus [176] suffectus
c. 193 Gaius Pomponius Bassus Terentianus [177] suffectus
c. 193 or 194Titus Flavius Decimus [178] suffectus
193 or 194 Gaius Valerius Pudens [179] suffectus
Between 193 and 198Marcus Claudius Demetrius [180] suffectus
Between 193 and 211Betitius Pius Maximillianus [181] suffectus
Between 193 and 211Gaius Julius Philippus [182] suffectus
Between 193 and 217Quintus Virius Egnatius Sulpicius Priscus [183] suffectus
Between 193 and 217Gaius Claudius Attalus Paterculianus [184] suffectus
Between 193 and 217Tiberius Claudius Severus [185] suffectus
Between 193 and 217Ulpius Leurus [186] suffectus
Between 193 and 235Publius Attius Clementinus Rufinus [187] suffectus
Between 193 and 235 Gaius Asinius Nicomachus Julianus [152] suffectus
c. 194Publius Aelius Severianus Maximus [178] suffectus
c. 194Marcus Ulpius Arabianus [160] suffectus
195 or 196 Tiberius Claudius Candidus [188] suffectus
Between 195 and 197Gaius Julius Scapula Lepidus Tertullus [188] suffectus
Before 196 Virius Lupus [160] suffectus
c. 196Tiberius Manilius Fuscus [189] suffectus
c. 196Tiberius Cl(audius) Modestus [189] suffectus
Before 197Cosconius Gentianus [190] suffectus
c. 197Gavius Tranquillus [191] suffectus
197 or 198 Gaius Caesonius Macer Rufinianus [191] suffectus
197 or 198Sallustius Verginius G[allus] [191] suffectus
197 or 198Quintus Venidius Rufus Marius Maximus Lucius Calvinianus [191] suffectus
Before 198 Ofilius Valerius Macedo [191] suffectus
Before 198Gaius Ovinius Tertullus [191] suffectus
c. 198Marcus Junius Concessus Aemilianus [192] suffectus
198 or 199Mevius Surus [193] suffectus
198 or 199Lucius Petronius Verus [194] suffectus
198 or 199Titus Statilius Barbarus [192] suffectus
Between 198 and 204Quintus Aiacius Modestus Crescentianus [note 2] [195] suffectus
Between 198 and 235[Publius Aelius Sec]undinus [196] suffectus
Before 199Titus Arrius Bassianus [192] suffectus
c. 199Tiberius Claudius Claudianus [192] suffectus
c. 199 Lucius Marius Maximus Perpetuus Aurelianus [note 2] [197] suffectus
Late 2nd to early 3rd centuryLucius Cestius Gallus Cerrinius Justus Lutatius Natalis [198] designatus
Late 2nd to early 3rd century Aulus Egnatius Proculus [199] suffectus
Late 2nd to early 3rd centuryGaius Bultius Geminius Titianus [200] suffectus
Late 2nd to early 3rd centuryCossinius Rufinus [201] suffectus

3rd century

Approximate YearConsul(s)Consul type
Early 3rd centuryLucius Calpurnius Reginianussuffectus
Early 3rd centuryTiberius Claudius Telemachussuffectus
Early 3rd centuryTitus Flavius Damianussuffectus
c. 200 Titus Flavius Titianus [202] suffectus
c. 200 Decimus Caelius Calvinus Balbinus [197] suffectus
c. 200 Gaius Julius Avitus Alexianus [203] suffectus
c. 200(?) Claudius Hieronymianussuffectus
(?) 203 or 204Calpurnius Maximus [204] suffectus
203 to 205Quintus Sicin(n)ius Clarus Pon(tianus?) [204] suffectus
204 or 205Gaius Junius Faustinus (Pl)a(ci)dus Postumianussuffectus
204 or 205Ulpius Soter [205] suffectus
Before 205 Lucius Alfenus Senecio [206] suffectus
Before 205Mevius Surussuffectus
c. (?) 205 Lucius Claudius Cassius Dio Cocceianus [207] suffectus
Before 207 Lucius Egnatius Victor [207] suffectus
(?) 207 Marcus Clodius Pupienus Maximus [208] suffectus
c. between 208 and 210 Publius Catius Sabinus [note 2] suffectus
Before 210Aelius Romanussuffectus
Between 203 and 214 Lucius Marius Perpetuus [209] suffectus
Between 200 and 210Appius Claudius Julianussuffectus
circa 210 Tiberius Claudius Cleobulus [210] suffectus
210 or 211Tiberius Claudius Subatianus Proculus [211] suffectus
Between 202 and (?) 211(?) L. P. Postumus [212] suffectus
212 or 213 Gaius Julius Septimius Castinus [213] suffectus
Before 213Quintus Junius (---) Quintianus [212] suffectus
Before 213Gaius Jul(ius) Titi(anus)suffectus
After 213Armenius Peregrinussuffectus
213 or 214Sextus Furnius Julianus [214] suffectus
Between 210 and 220 Lucius Alfenus Avitianus [215] suffectus
Between 211 and 217? Marcus Valerius Seneciosuffectus
215 or 216Amicus [216] suffectus
(?) Before 217Gaius Betitius Piussuffectus
c. 217Marcus Antonius Balbus [217] suffectus
Before 218Fulvius Diogenianussuffectus
c. 218...atus [218] suffectus in absentia
c. 219 Quintus Egnatius Proculus [219] suffectus
Between 211 and 222Quintus Flavius Balbus [220] suffectus
Between 212 and 222 Tiberius Julius Pollienus Auspex [221] suffectus in absentia
c. 222 Marcus Antonius Gordianus Sempronianus [222] suffectus
c. 222Titus Flavius Aper Commodianus [215] suffectus
Before 222Fulviussuffectus
Between 222 and 235Lucius Fulvius Gavius N[umisius] Aemilianus [223] suffectus
Before 223Severussuffectus
Between c. 222 and 226Asinius Lepidussuffectus
c. 225 Marcus Asinius Sabinianus suffectus
c. 228Flavius Aelianus [224] suffectus
Before 229Maximus Attianussuffectus
Before 230 (? Quintus or Sextus) Anicius Faustus Paulinus suffectus
Between 220 and 230(? Quintus or Claudius) Valerius Rufrius Justussuffectus
Between 226 and 229 Lucius Caesonius Lucillus Macer Rufinianus suffectus
Between 225 and 230 Lucius Egnatius Victor Lollianus [225] suffectus
Between 211 and 235 Gaius Asinius Protimus Quadratus [226] designatus
Between 230 and 240Marcus Valerius Turbo [227] suffectus
c. 230 Marcus Ulpius Eubiotus Leurus [228] suffectus
Between 222 and 235Claudius Sollemnius Pacatianussuffectus
Between 222 and 235Gaius Arrius Calpurnius Frontinus Honoratussuffectus
(?) Between 222 and 235Ostor(ius)suffectus
(?) Between 222 and 235 Lucius Julius Apronius Maenius Pius Salamallianus designatus
c. 230 Egnatius Victor Marinianus [229] suffectus
(?) Before 230Iasdius Domitianus [230] suffectus
Between 231 and 235Marcus Marius Titius Rufinussuffectus
c. 235 Titus Clodius Pupienus Pulcher Maximus [231] suffectus
c. 235 Gaius Catius Clemens suffectus
Between 234 and 238Rutilius Pudens Crispinussuffectus
Before 238 Publius Licinius Valerianus suffectus
Before 238 Lucius Domitius Gallicanus Papinianus [232] suffectus
Early to mid 3rd century Quintus Egnatius Proculus [233] suffectus
Between 238 and 244Gaius Arrius Calpurnius Longinussuffectus
c. 240 Publius Cornelius Saecularis [234] suffectus
(?) c. 240 Marcus Nummius Albinus suffectus
c. 241 Lucius Catius Celer suffectus in absentia
c. 246 Aspasius Paternus suffectus
c. 250 Titus Flavius Postumius Varus suffectus
c. 250/252 Marcus Cocceius Anicius Faustus Flavianus suffectus
Before 253 Titus Desticius Juba suffectus
Before 257 Gaius Junius Donatus [235] suffectus
Before 258 Lucius Septimius Odaenathus [235] suffectus
c. 260 Lucius Caesonius Ovinius Manlius Rufinianus Bassus [note 2] suffectus
Before 275 Virius Lupus [235] suffectus
Between 253 and 264 Licinius Valerianus suffectus
Between 260 and 268Naulobatus [235] suffectus
Before 260/268 Sextus Cocceius Anicius Faustus Paulinus suffectus
Before 262Gaius Julius Sallustius Saturninus Fortunatianus [235] suffectus
Between 262 and 266Censor II
Lepidus II [236]
consul ordinarius(Gaul)
Between 262 and 266Dialis
Bassus
consul ordinarius(Gaul)
Between 262 and 266Apr[...]
Ruf[...]
consul ordinarius(Gaul)
c. 265 Gaius Junius Tiberianus suffectus
Before 267Gaius Servilius Marsus [235] suffectus
Mid 3rd centuryGaius Memmius Caecilianus Placidus [235] suffectus
Before 269Velleius Macrinus [235] suffectus
Between 267 and 270 Flavius Antiochianus [235] suffectus
c. 270 Lucius Julius Aurelius Septimius Vaballathus Athenodorus [235] suffectus
Before 275 Postumius Suagrus [202] suffectus
Before 275Maecius Faltonius Nicomachus [235] suffectus
Mid to late 3rd centuryLucius Publius Petronius Volusianus [235] suffectus
Mid to late 3rd centuryMarcus Pontius Eclectus Archelaus [235] suffectus
(?) Mid to late 3rd centuryLucius Turcius Faesasius Apronianus [235] suffectus
Mid 3rd to early 4th centuryLucius Suanius Victor Vitellianus [235] suffectus
(?) Late 3rd centuryAulus Caecina Tacitus [235] suffectus
(?) Late 3rd centuryGaius Lieurius Tranquillius Tocius Soaemus [235] suffectus
(?) Late 3rd to early 4th centuryTitus Campanius Priscus Maximianus [235] suffectus
Late 3rd to early 4th centuryLucius Turcius Secundus [235] suffectus
Between 270 and 280 Sextus Anicius Faustus Paulinus suffectus
c. 280 Gaius Caeionius Rufius Volusianus suffectus
Before 286Marcus Junius Maximus [235] suffectus
(?) 287 Marcus Aurelius Mausaeus Valerius Carausius [237] consul ordinarius(Britain)
Before c. 291 Titus Flavius Postumius Titianus [235] suffectus
Before 294Gaius Macrinius Sossianus [235] suffectus
(?) Late 3rd to early 4th centuryEgnatius Caeci... Antistius Luce. signo Aerius [235] suffectus
Unknown date 3rd centuryAccius Iulianus Asclepianus [238] suffectus
End 3rd centuryOstorius Euhodianus [239] designatus

4th century

Approximate YearConsul(s)Consul type
Before 307 Attius Insteius Tertullus [235] suffectus
Before c. 335Lucius Crepereius Madalianus [235] suffectus
Before 337Gaius Caelius Censorinus [235] suffectus
Before 345Marcus Nummius Albinus [235] suffectus
Before 350Memmius Vitrasius Orfitus [235] suffectus
c. 378 Meropius Pontius Paulinus [240] suffectus
c. 386Ragonius Vincentius Celsus [240] suffectus
Before 395/6Quintilius Laetus [240] suffectus
During 4th centuryInsteius Pompeianus [240] suffectus

Footnotes

  1. This is not the consul ordinarius of 23 AD, Gaius Asinius Pollio
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 His first consulship lacks a fixed date.

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  152. 1 2 Leunissen, p. 147
  153. Son of M. Aemilius Saturninus, consul suffect of 174. (Leunissen, p. 294)
  154. Quadratus' son C. Asinius Nicomachus Julianus may have been proconsul of Asia under Septimius Severus, making it possible he was suffect under Commodus (Leunissen, p. 147)
  155. Consul possibly as early as under Marcus Aurelius; executed in 182 (Leunissen, pp. 196, 399)
  156. Leunissen, pp. 61, 138
  157. Leunissen, p. 196
  158. 1 2 Leunissen, p. 198
  159. 1 2 3 Leunissen, p. 139
  160. 1 2 3 Leunissen, p. 151
  161. 1 2 3 4 Leunissen, p. 142
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  166. 1 2 Leunissen, p. 140
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  176. Possibly executed Summer, 193 (Leunissen, p. 145)
  177. Leunissen, pp. 151f
  178. 1 2 Leunissen, pp. 152
  179. Anthony Birley, The Fasti of Roman Britain, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981), p. 156
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  181. Leunissen, pp. 147f
  182. Leunissen, p. 166
  183. Mennen, p. 131
  184. Leunissen, p. 169
  185. Leunissen, pp. 169f
  186. Father of M. Ulpius Eubiotus Leurus, suffect c. 230 (Leunissen, p. 172)
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  189. 1 2 Leunissen, p. 154
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  207. 1 2 Leunissen, p. 163
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