Longinus (Roman governor)

Longinus (Roman governor)

Longinus, Longus or Lentulus is the partial name of a governor of Roman Britain between 158 and 161.

The only evidence for him is a fragment of an inscription (CIL XVI 130) which lists a few letters of the name and is open to interpretation.

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