Created: 5th January 2008
Update:  6th October 2020
Status Republic: Patrician:     Pleb. Nobilis:       Senatorial: X    Eques Romanus:      Local magistrate: X
Republican Family / Cognomen
Patrician n/a
Pleb. Nobilis n/a
Senatorial no cognomen, Labeo, Tyrranus
Equestrian n/a
Local magistrat. no cognomen, 
Uncertain n/a
Imperial Family / Cognomen
Imperators n/a
Consular n/a
Senatorial n/a
Equestrian n/a
Equestrian (mil) Murra, Paternus,
Local magistrat. n/a
Uncertain Pudens
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors 0
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) n/a incl. 0 emperors
Notes: Most Atinii are from Aricia and thus in tribus Horatia. RE11 is thus not related.
Note a lex Atinia wherebye tribuni plebi became members of the senate.
Literature Astin, A.E.: "The Atinii" in J.Bibauw (ed) Hommages a Marcel Renard, Vol.2, 1969. p.34-39 (disputes the reading of an Atinius as tr pl in 149; he believes
the two Atinii of the Bachannalian conspiracy in 186 were clients, not senators; he believes the tr pl of 131/130 is the author of the lex Atinia
concerning membership of the senate)
Dabrowa: Legio X Fretensis (1993) p.67, 8 (§4 A. Atinius Paternus) 
Develin Robert: "The Atinian Plebiscite, Tribunes, and the Senate", in The Classical Quarterly , Vol.,  1978, p. 141-144, (sees no evidence
that the lex Atinia refers to an otherwise unknown Atinius in 149)
Klein: Sicilien und Sardinien (1878) p.30-31 (§28 C. Atinius Labeo, pr Sicilia 190)
Moore: Expulsion from the Senate (2013) p.247-251 (§10 C. Atinius Labeo Macerio, expelled 131, either when tr pl or elected tr pl to 130)
Niccolini: Fasti dei Tribuni della Plebe (1934) p.106-107 (C. Atinius Labeo tr pl 196), p.151-155 (C. Atinius Labeo Macerio tr pl 131)
p.412-413 (Atinius possibly tr pl ca. 149; this is disputed by later scholars)
Prag, Jonathan: "Roman Magistrates in Sicily, 227-49 BC", in La Sicile de Cicéron, Regards croisés sur les Verrines,  Actes du colloque de Paris (19-20 mai 2006), 2007, p.296-297
(C. Atinius Labeo, pr Sicilia 190)
Stumpf: Statthalter in Kleinasien 122 v.Chr. - 163 n.Chr (1991) p.6-12 (C. Atinius C.f., governor 122 or 121 or both years)
Stumpf, Gerd: "C. Atinius C.F., praetor in Asia 122-121 v.Chr., auf einem Kistophor", in ZPE Bd. 61, 1985, p.186-190
Suolahti, Jaakko: Junior Officers (1955) p.346 (§23 Atinii, RE1, RE4, RE5)
Taylor: Voting Districts (1960/2013) p.195-196 (Atinii Labeones, from Aricia, hence tribus Horatia; T. Atinius Tyrannus in tribus Fabia)
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M. Atinius
Roman praefectus in Thurii 212
C. Atinius Labeo C. Atinius Labeo C. Atinius M. Atinius C. Atinius    M. Atinius
tr pl 196 pr Sicilia 190 tr mil 194 (RE1) praef socium 194 leaders of the Bachannalian conspiracy 186
pr per 195 pr Hisp Ult 188 † 194 killed in battle both from Plebs
propro 187-186  ?? related to contemporary senators
† 186 of wounds
not in RE
tr pl 149 ??
a plebiscitum Atinium possibly mentioned by Livy,
reading disputed
RE10 RE Labeo 3
C. Atinius (C.f.) Labeo Macerio C. (Atinius?) Labeo
expelled from senate 131 governor of Asia before 90 BC
tr pl 131 or 130  = RE10
(pr ann inc)
pr or propr Asia 122/121 as C. Atinius C.f.
RE11 A1316 ILS 3691 error 3689 Curchin65
T. Atinius T.f. Tyrannus Atinia Tyrannis L. Atinius
trib Fabia femina de plebe IIII vir 30 BC
sen (quaestorius) 39 BC cf A1316 at Carteia in Baetica
PME-A181 Dem343
Q. Atinius M.f. Murra
trib. Oufentina, from Tarracina in Latium,
tr mil 
praef fabrum Dobson p.61-84
before Claudius
A. Atinius A.f. Paternus
trib. Palatina from Roma,
scriba of aedil curul,
made eques by Domitian,
praef coh in Moesia Inf ? sub Trajan,
tr mil X Fre in Iudaea
dona militaria in Parthian expedition,
praef alae in Judaea or Syria under Hadrian,
curator kalendarii Fabratenorum Novorum,
Atinia A.f. Faustina
set inscription over deceased father
UNCERTAIN DATE                                                    
Atinius Pudens Atinia M.f. Tertulla
from Terracina,
~ Pompeia
RE12 A1317
~ (Pompeius?) Rusticus R224
praeses of province
Pompeius Pudens