Created: 24th November 2007
Update:  29th May 2020
Status Republic: Patrician:     Pleb. Nobilis:       Senatorial:      Eques Romanus:      Local magistrate:  
Republican Family / Cognomen
Patrician n/a
Pleb. Nobilis n/a
Senatorial n/a
Equestrian n/a
Local magistrat. n/a
Uncertain n/a
Imperial Family / Cognomen
Imperators n/a
Consular Rufus
Senatorial no cognomen
Equestrian n/a
Equestrian (mil) n/a
Local magistrat. n/a
Uncertain n/a
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors 0
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) 1 incl. 0 emperors
Literature Aichinger: Macedonia (1979) p.632 (§27 P. Antius Orestes (now known to be Anteius), procos 164/165)
Alföldy: Konsulat (1977) p.265,278 (P. Antius Orestes, governor macedonia 164/165)
Avotins, Ivars: "Prosopographical and Chronological Notes on Some Greek Sophists of the Empire", in California Studies in Classical Antiquity, Vol. 4 (1971),
 p. 68-70 on P. Anteius Antiochus, assumes he died c. 200/205, thus cannot be the brother of the procos Macedonia. But dating uncertain.
Dabrowa: Governors of Syria (1998) p.51 (mentions that P. Anteius Rufus was appointed governor, but never assumed the office, 
never leaving Rome for political reasons)
Galllivan, Paul: "The Fasti for the Reign of Claudius", in The Classical Quarterly, New Series, Vol. 28, 1978, p.421 (concludes P. Rufus was cos suff before 50: 
possible years are 40, 42, 43, 45, 47, and 49 with the later years being more likely.
Harris, W.V.:"An Inscription Recording a Proconsul's Visit to Samothrace in 165 A.D.", in The American Journal of Philology, Vol. 113, 1992, p.71-79
analysis of stone reveals the governor's name as P. Anteius Orestis, not P. Antius as previously believed
Jagenteufel: Dalmatia (1958) p.25-27 (P. Rufus governor 50-54?)
Mesihovic: Proconsules (2014) p.137-141 (P. Anteius Rufus, documents his inscription as leg Aug pro pr)
Raepsaet-Charlier: PFOS (1987) stemma XXXI (relationship to Helvidii), XLVIII (relationship to Neratii)
Rizakis/Zoumbaki: Roman Peloponnese I (2001) p.157 (Argolis §14 P. Anteius Antiochus mention in letter from Argolis to Aigeai in Cilicia, late 2nd century)
Rutledge: Imperial Inquisitions (2001) p.170-171, 190 (Antistius Sosianus pr 62 as delator vs P. Anteius in 66 for conspiracy; Anteius forced to suicide.)
Schneider, Kurt: Zusammensetzung des römischen Senates von Tiberius bis Nero, (1942), p.104 (§355 P. Anteius Rufus)
Settipani: Continuite (2000) p.223 (P. Anteius Rufus, possible father of Anteia, husband of Helvidius Priscus), p.312, 344 (P. Rufus as possible brother of 
an (Anteia Rufina9, married to a L. Neratius Priscus from Saepinum)
Syme, Ronald: "Problems about Proconsuls of Asia", in  ZPE 53, 1983, p.207-208 (also Roman Papers IV, 1988, p.365)
speculates that P. Rufus was compensated for not getting Syria in 55 by becoming procos of Asia in 56 or 57.
Syme, Ronald: "A Political Group", in Roman Papers VII, 1991, p.568-587, especially p.584-585. Syme not comfortable with Torelli's hypothesis concerning Neratia Anteia.
Her dating is uncertain.
Torelli, M.: "Ascesa al senato e rapporti con i territori d’origine. Italia, regio  IV  (Samnium),", in Epigrafia e Ordine senatorio, II, 1982, p.180 with stemma p.182 
(NOT AVAILABLE TO ME), his hypothesis ia that Neratia L.f. Anteia's mother is the sister of Helvidius' wife. 
She married a not attested L. Neratius, father of L. Neratius Priscus cos suff 87.
Tortotiello: Fasti Consolari di Claudio (2004) p.458-459 (§4 P. Anteius Rufus, cos suff 41/45 or 49)
Wiseman: New Men (1971) p.213 (§31 Anteius, legatus (?) of Germanicus 16 AD, senator ?)
Changes 2013.11.28 restructured
2020.05.29 New header, reference list plus many updates
A728 RE2 A727 RE1 A733 RE5a
Anteius Anteius Anteia L.f. Procula
† exiled and executed 38/41 legatus (?) of Germanicus 16 AD
by Caligula ? = RE2 ~ T. Volusenus Macedo
? = RE1 from Sestinum in Umbria
  under Augustus / Tiberius
A731 RE4 LP1721 A729 RE3
P. Anteius Rufus           Anteius
cos suff 40/49 senator
leg Aug pro pr Dalmiatia 51(50-54?) 41 exc by Caligula's guards
leg Aug pro pr Syria 55,  after his murder
but did not go to province
favoured by Agrippina
66 suicide
A732 RE5 FOS68 FOS69
Anteia P.f.           (Anteia Rufina)
ment 97 or sister to P. Anteius Rufus
1 ~ Helvidius (Priscus) ? ~ L. Neratius Priscus
cos suff ante 87 or 93† 93
2 ~ ignotus
N59 RE12a N65 RE6 RE Neratius 13 FOS568
L. Neratius Priscus   Neratia L.f. Anteia Rufina Naevia Deciana
cos suff 87 from Saepinum,
~ Iulius Augurinus, eques Romanus
P. Anteius
PIR add RE Antius 11a ?? A730+add
P. Anteius P.f. [O]restes (or Orestis)     P. Anteius Antiochus
procos Maced 164/165 (attested 1.5.165) citizen of Aegeae (Aigeai) in Cilicia
AE1965-205 = AE1967-444 sophist and rhetor,
familia nobilis,
† aged c.70
consular descendants
or birth dated to c.130/135, death to c.200/205