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Clodius Albinus, Decimus (d. 197), Roman governor of Britain, was reportedly born into a noble family at Hadrumetum in the province of Africa Proconsularis (modern Tunisia). Albinus held a major military command in Dacia, on the lower Danube, early in the 180s, and possibly served as governor of ...

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Julius Agricola, Gnaeus [known as Agricola] (ad 40–93), Roman governor of Britain, was born of provincial stock on 13 June ad 40 at Forum Julii (Fréjus) in the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis (Provence). His native city had been founded as a settlement of Roman citizens by ...

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Julius Classicianus [Julius Alpinus Classicianus], Gaius (fl. c. ad 60), procurator of Britain, was married to Julia Pacata, daughter of Julius Indus; he died in office at an unknown date and was buried in London by his widow. To judge from his names and from what may be inferred about his wife, ...