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Suetonius Paullinus, Gaiuslocked

(fl. c. ad 40–69)
  • A. R. Birley

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Suetonius Paullinus, Gaius (fl.c.ad 40–69), Roman governor of Britain, almost certainly derived from the town of Pisaurum (Pesaro), on the Adriatic coast of Italy. Nothing else is known about his family, except that a man of the same names as himself, consul in ad 66, may be assumed to be his son (the famous biographer of the ...

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