Gens: GARGILIUS
Created: 8th August 2018
Update:  8th August 2018
Status Republic: Patrician:     Pleb. Nobilis:       Senatorial:      Eques Romanus:      Local magistrates  
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 Antiquus,
Senatorial Macer Aufidianus,
Equestrian Martialis
Equestrian (mil) Venator,
Local magistrat. Augustalis,
Uncertain n/a
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors n/a
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) 3 incl. 0 emperors
Notes: The multiple names of several Gargilii makes it difficult to determine precise descent, i.e. gaining names through adoption or mother.
Note that the cognomen of Q. Gargilius Macer Aufidianus is now known to be Aufidianus, not Acidinus, as shown in older literature.
Literature Alföldy: Konsulat (1977) p.177, 259, 275-276, 294, 297, 316, 336 (L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, G79)
Alföldy: Legionslegaten Rheinarmeen (1967) p.33 (§41 L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, leg leg I Minerva c.157 (156-158?))
Alföldy: "Der Senator Q. Gargilius Macer Aufidianus und seine Verwandten", in Chiron  bd.8, 1978, p.361-376 with stemma.
Some of his prosopographical observations are obsolete after it has become known that M. Paccius etc (G78) was P.f.
Caballos Rufino: Senadores Hispanorromanos (1990) p.460-461 (§R3 Q. Gargilius Macer Aufidianus; Rufino rejects Spanish origin)
Cascione: Tresviri Capitales (1999) p.230 (§26 Q. Gargilius Macer Aufidianus, dates his III vir capitalis to 60/70 AD following Alföldy)
Cebeillac: Quaestores Principis (1972) p.198-199 (M. Paccius Silvanus Goredius Gallus L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, q cand)
Dabrowa, Edward: "M.Paccius Silvanus Quintus Coredius Gallus Gargilius Antiquus et son cursus honorum", in Nunc de Suebis dicendum est. 
Studia archaeologica et historica Georgii Kolendo ab amicis et discipulis dicata, Warszawa 1995
He was governor of Judaea some time after his consulate in 119.
Dabrowa: Governors of Syria (1998) p.214-215 (M. Paccius P.f. Silvanus etc more likely to be governor of Judaea/Syria Palaestina than Syria)
Dobson: Primipilares (1978) p.245-246 (§125 Gargilius Venator)
Eck: Fasten der Statthalter 1.teil, (1982), p.361-362 (Q. Coredius Gallus Gargilius Antiquus, Arabia 116/7-118/9)
Eck: Fasten der Statthalter 2.teil, (1983), p.148-149 (Q. Coredius Gallus Gargilius Antiquus, Arabia 116/7-118/9), 
p.176 (Q. Coredius Gallus Gargilius Antiquus, Asia 134/135)
Fitz: Pannonien (1995) p.214-215 (§96 Q. Gargilius Macer Aufidianus, prefers to date his post as iuridicus to 96/98)
Franke: Legionslegaten (1991) p.147-149 (Q. Coredius Gallus Q. Gargilius Antiquus, cos suff 119, legio VI Fer in Arabia;
Franke suggests he is the son of G81 and adopted by a Q. Coredius Gallus)
Gambash, Gil and Yasur-Landau, Assaf: "Governor of Judea and Syria - A New Dedication from Dor to Gargilius Antiquus"
inscription found in November 2016 underwater at Dor confirms that G78 was governor of Judaea, not Syria.
Gera, Dov and Cotton, Hannah M.: "A Dedication from Dor to a Governor of Syria", in Israel Exploration Journal, Vol. 41, 1991, p.258-266
new inscription (AE1991-1576) gives M. Paccius P.f. Silvanus Q. Coredius Gallus Gargilius Antiquus as governor of Syria; his filiation of P.f. means
he cannot be the same man as the consular of 138 who is Q.f. Thus there are two separate consulars named Gargilius Antiquus.
Graves, David E.: "Marcus Paccius. . . Gargilius Antiquus Confirmed Governor of Judea", 
on https://smyrnaean.blogspot.com/2016/11/marcus-paccius-newly-discovered.html
inscription found in November 2016 underwater at Dor confirms that G78 was governor of Judaea, not Syria.
Hillebrand: Vigintivirat (2006) p.247-248 (§12 Q. Gargilius Macer Aufidianus, III vir capit c.60/70)
Jacques: Curateurs (1983) p.77-78 (§27 L. Pullaienus L.f. Gargilius Antiquus, G80, curator Praeneste et Allifae), 
p.380-381 (§LXXIX Q. Gargilius Martialis, CIL-8-20751, curator Auzia)
Jarrett: Municipal Aristocracies vol.2 Prosopography (1958) p.188-190 (§80 Q. Gargilius Q.f. Martialis), p.190-191 (§81 Gargilius T.f. Venator)
Leunissen: Konsuln (1989) p.150, 362 (L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus cos suff c.193)
Magie: Asia Minor (1950) p.1481, 1584 (dates Q. Gargilius Q.f. Antiquus procos of Asia to 128/129?)
Raepsaet-Charlier: PFOS (1987) stemma VII
Rossignol, Benoit: "Gouverneurs et procurateurs dans un temps de menaces: l’administration impériale de la province de Thrace durant le règne 
de Marc Aurèle (161-180)", in Studia Classica Serdicensia, IV, pp.39-77, 2015, In honour of Prof. Boris Gerov (1903-1991)
p.2-4: M. Paccius Silvanus Coredius Gallus L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, G79, governor of Thracia
Schumacher: Prosopographische Untersuchungen (1973) p.91, 229-231 (§C56 L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, XV vir sf 204)
Schumacher: römischen Priesterkollegien (1978) p.688 (XV vir §69 L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, XV vir sf 204, co-opted  c.191/193)
Settipani: Continuite (2000) p.245-246 (proposed stemma of Gargilii)
Stein: Thracia (1920) p.24-27 (§16 L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus, governor Thracia)
Changes
not in RE
Garg(ilius)
monet 86
correct nomen is Gargonius
REPUBLIC
IMPERIAL                                                      
Q. Gargilius
 
  G81 RE7 LP38-63
(Gargilia) ?             Q. Gargilius Q.f. Macer Aufidianus
trib. Arn., from Thugga in Africa ?
~ P. Paccius Silvanus III vir capitalis, tr mil X Gem at Vindobono, 
q urb, tr pl, pr, procos Creta-Cyrene,
leg Aug (iuridicus) Hisp Cit c.79/81 or c.96/98
† in office in Hispania
~ Apronia L.f. Iusta (FOS88)
with husband in Hispania
possibly grd dt of L. Apronius Caesianus cos 39
adopt ?
   
G78 RE4 LP35-2 LP33.45a LP34-26a LP26-122   cf G78 ILS2643 Dobson125
M. Paccius P.f. Silvanus Q. Coredius Gallus Gargilius Antiquus Q. Gargilius Q.f. Antiquus Gargilius T.f. Venator
trib. Quirina,  trib. Quirina,  trib. Quirina from Africa (Bulla Regia ?)
leg Aug pro pr Arabia (incl. legio VI Fer) 116/117-118/119 ment in Senatus Consultum 138 primus pilus sub Hadrian
cos suff 119 leg Aug pro pr Judaea 120/130 patron of Dor in Judaea, probably a consular praef (castrorum or pro II viris ?)
procos Asia 134/135  not G78 the governor of Arabia
see G77 at bottom L. Pullaienus but could be procos Asia 134/135
adopt
   
G79 RE Garg5+6 LP22-28  
M. Paccius Silvanus Goredius Gallus L. Pullaienus Gargilius Antiquus
from Thugga in Africa, patron of Thugga
X vir stlit iudic, tr laticlav III Gal in Syria,
q cand Aug, tr pl, pr, curator viae, leg leg I Min at Bonna in Germ Inf c.157
leg Aug pro pr Thracia 158/9-160/1 cos desig 161 cos suff 161 or 162
? grandson (by adoption) of L. Albius Pullaienus Pollio cos 90
 
G80 RE3 Rüpke2862
L. Pullaienus L.f. Gargilius Antiquus
trib. Velina,
praef feriarum Latinarum, monet,
(q), aed  c(urulis or Cerealis), pr, 
adlectus inter patricios by Commodus,
cos suff 193 curator rei publicae Praeneste et Allifae in Campania,
XV vir sf 204 (co-opted c.191/193)
CIL-8-20751
Q. Gargilius Q.f. Martialis
trib. Quirina,
legionary veteran settled at colonia Auzia
flamen perpetuus and curator of Auzia c.230/250,
~ Iulia Prima
 
cf G82 RE1 PME-G4 G82 RE1 RE1
Q. Gargilius Q.f. Martialis ?=? Q. Gargilius Martialis
trib. Quirina, eques Romanus, patron Auzia, author of works on horticulture,
praef coh in Brit, tr coh Maur Caesar, 3rd century
praepositus in Maur 253-256
decurion Auzia et Rusguniae,
patron Maur Caesar,
† 260 killed in battle against the 
Bavares in Mauritania
UNCERTAIN DATE                                                    
G76 G77 RE2 CIL-8-8300 AE1954-63
Gargilius Gargilius Antiquus L. Gargilius Augustalis Gargilius Antiquus
vir ementis or egregius ? = cos suff 119 above G78 aedil at Cuicul in Numidia either proc aquarum (thus eques)
~ Fabia Po[stumina?] Marcella M[…] Calpurnia T[orquata?], FOS354 or senator curator aquarum
? dt of Q. Fabius Postuminus cos suff 96 and ? = G78
  sub Hadrian
 
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