SOME IMPORTANT ROMAN CAREER TYPES
LUCIUS CALPURNIUS PISO
- son of Piso Caesoninus (consul of 58 B.C.), and thus Julius Caesar's brother-in-law; born ca. 48 B.C.
- proconsul of Transpadine Gaul: 16–13 B.C.
- consul ordinarius 15 B.C.
- in Pamphylia, 14/13 (as Legate of Agrippa?)
- Proconsul in Macedonia and Legate of Augustus (in a campaign against the Bessi, for which he was granted the ornaments of a triumph): 12–10 B.C.
- Proconsul of Asia: 3/2 B.C.
- Legatus Augusti pro praetore in Syria: ca. 4–1 B.C.
- Praefectus Urbi ( A. D. 13–32) [head of the police force of Rome]
- given a state funeral in 32 (Tacitus Annales VI. 11.3)
CAIUS PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS (Pliny the Younger) [H.-G. Pflaum, Carrières équestres (1960) #45]
- Born late 60 or early 61; nephew and adopted son of Pliny the Elder
- Decemvir stlitibus iudicandis: 81 A.D.
- Tribunus militum of Legio III Gallica in Syria
- Sevir Equitum Romanorum
- Quaestor Augusti: 88 or 89
- Tribunus Plebis: 91
- Praetor: 93
- Praefectus Aerarii militaris: 94–96
- Praefectus Aerarii Saturni: 98–100
- Consul: September-October, 100
- elected Augur: 103
- Curator alvei Tiberis et riparum et cloacarum urbis: 104–106
- Special envoy of Trajan in Bithynia: September 111–113.
|| TIBERIUS. IULIUS ALEXANDER [H.-G. Pflaum, Carrières équestres (1960) #17]
- A Jew of Greek culture from Alexandria in Egypt; son of Alexander Lysimachos the Arabarch, and nephew of Philo Judaeus.
- Granted citizenship by Tiberius
- Epistrategos of the Thebaid region of Egypt (attested in 42)
- Procurator of Judaea: 46 A.D.
- named by Nero in 63 A.D. as minister bello to Corbulo [Tacitus Annales XV. 28]
- named by Nero in 66 A.D. as Praefectus Aegypti [Josephus Bellum Judaicum II. 15.1]
- with Mucianus (Legatus Augusti of Syria), the leading promoter of Vespasian's bid for the Empire in 69
- a commander of the army of Judaea under Titus during the siege of Jerusalem
- Praefectus praetorio
TIBERIUS. CLAUDIUS ETRUSCUS [Statius Silvae III. 3.60 ff.]
- came from Smyrna as a slave
- freed by Tiberius
- attended on Caligula in Gaul
- appointed by Claudius as governor of Britannicus
- A rationibus to Nero
- took part in Vespasian's triumph: 71 A.D.
- raised to Equestrian rank: ca. 73/4
- exiled to Campania by Domitian, but soon recalled
- died under Domitian, aged ca. 90
January 26, 2010 9:40 AM
John Paul Adams, CSUN