List of Roman Consuls

List of Roman Consuls

This is a list of Roman consuls



* Imp. = Imperator
* suff. = consul suffectus (information for all suffect-consuls is not available, so some may not be listed)


* Consular Tribunes
* Decemviri
* Dictator year


4th century BC

First century BC

Third century

Sixth century

Ninth century

Twelfth century



Primary sources

* [ "Fasti Consulares" from the fall of the kings to AD 354] , excerpt from the "Chronography of 354"

Secondary sources

* Attilio Degrassi: "I fasti consolari dell'impero romano dal 30 avanti Cristo al 613 dopo Cristo." Roma 1952.
* Paul A. Gallivan: "Some Comments on the Fasti for the Reign of Nero." in: "Classical Quarterly" (N. Ser.) 24.2 (1974) 290-311.
* Werner Eck: "Ergänzungen zu den Fasti Consulares des 1. und 2. Jh.n.Chr." in: "Historia" 24 (1975) 324-344.
* Géza Alföldy: "Konsulat und Senatorenstand unter den Antoninen." Habelt Verlag, Bonn 1977.
* Paul A. Gallivan: "The Fasti for the Reign of Claudius." in: "Classical Quarterly" 28.2 (1978) 407-426.
* Judith R. Ginsburg: "Nero’s Consular Policy." in: "American Journal of Ancient History" 6.1 (1981) 51-68.
* Thomas Robert Shannon Broughton: "The magistrates of the Roman republic." 3 Vol., Atlanta 1986 (ND).
* Giuseppe Camodeca: "I consoli des 55-56 e un nuovo collega di seneca nel consolato: P. Cornelius Dolabella (TP.75 [=1401 +135)." in: "Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik" 63 (1986) 201-215.
* Roger S. Bagnall, Alan Cameron, Seth R. Schwartz: "Consuls of the later Roman Empire." Atlanta 1987.
* Paul Leunissen: "Konsuln und Konsulare in der Zeit von Commodus bis Severus Alexander." Verlag Gieben, Amsterdam 1989.
* Giuseppe Camodeca: "Novità sui fasti consolari dalle tavolette cerate della Campania." in: "Epigrafia. Actes du Colloque international d’epigraphie latine en mémoire de Attilio Degrassi etc. "(= "Collection de l’ecole française de Rome" 143). Rom (1991) 45-74.
* Annalisa Tortoriello: "I fasti consolari degli anni di Claudio." Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma 2004.

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