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Arcesilaus (consul)

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Name  Arcesilaus Arcesilaus

Arcesilaus (fl. 3rd century) was a Roman senator who was appointed consul in AD 267.

Biography

Possibly of Greek descent, Arcesilaus was probably the grandson of Titus Flavius Arcesilaus, who was a Flamen of the Arval Brethren, and who served as the magister creatus throughout the 220s. Arcesilaus himself was probably the Comes of Rome and Italia in AD 257. He was later made consul posterior alongside Ovinius Paternus in AD 267.

References

Arcesilaus (consul) Wikipedia


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