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Anastasius (consul 517) Wikipedia
Flavius Anastasius Paulus Probus Sabinianus Pompeius Anastasius (floruit 517) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire.
Anastasius was the son of Sabinianus, consul in 505, and of a niece of emperor Anastasius I. According to another possible reconstruction, he might be a great-nephew of Anastasius and a brother of Anastasius Paulus Probus Moschianus Probus Magnus, consul in 518.
He held the consulship for the year 517. One of his consular diptychs is preserved at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. According to the inscription (CIL V, 8120 CIL XIII, 10032) he held the honorary title of comes domesticorum equitum.
He married Theodora, born c. 515, natural daughter of Empress Theodora, although Emperor Justinian I apparently treated her and her son Athanasius as fully legitimate, and had:Anastasius (c. 530 - aft. 571), married firstly to Joannina, only daughter of General Flavius Belisarius and wife Antonina, a marriage that lasted for eight months when they were forced to separate by her mother and father, without issue, and married secondly aft. 548 Juliana (born c. 533), daughter of Flavius Anicius Probus Iunior (c. 495 - aft. 525), Roman Consul in 525, and wife and cousin Proba (born c. 510 - ), and had by this second marriage:Placidia (born c. 552), married to John Mystacon (c. 545 - 591), a magister militum per Orientem from 579 to his death in 591, and had issueAreobindus (born c. 550), married and had, apparently:Anastasia Areobinda (born c. 570), married to Peter Augustus (c. 550 - 602), curopalates and brother of Emperor Maurice, killed at the same time of his brother, and had female issue:Flavia Juliana (born c. 590), married to Athanagild (born c. 585), the son of Saint Hermenegild and wife Ingund, Princess of the Franks, and paternal grandson of Liuvigild, the Visigoth King of HispaniaArdabastErwig, king of the VisigothsJohnAthanasius