Gens: AUTRONIUS
Created: 28th October 2007
Update: 6th October 2020
Status Republic: Patrician:   Pleb. Nobilis: X Senatorial: X Eques Romanus:   Local magistrate:  
Republican Family / Cognomen
Patrician n/a
Pleb. Nobilis Paetus
Senatorial no cognomen
Equestrian n/a
Local magistrat. n/a
Uncertain n/a
Imperial Family / Cognomen
Imperators n/a
Consular n/a
Senatorial Iustus, Tiberianus
Equestrian n/a
Equestrian (mil) Causus
Local magistrat. Calvinus ?
Uncertain n/a
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors 2 excl. RE3
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) 0 incl. 0 emperors
Notes:
Literature Alexander: Trials (1990) p.100 (200 P. Autronius Paetus, cos desig, convicted de ambitu in 66), p.113 (229 P. Autronius Paetus, convicted 62 de vi, exiled)
Polo: Quaestorship (2019) p.222 (P. Autronius Paetus q 75 BC)
Rizakis/Zoumbaki: Roman Peloponnese II (2004) p.130 (197 P. Autronius on marble stele in Laconia possibly = P. Autronius Paetus RE7)
Sumner: Orators (1973) p.25, 129-130 (187 P. Autronius L.f. Paetus, cos desig 65)
Szramkiewicz: Gouverneurs Vol.2 (1972) p.380 (L. Autronius Paetus cos suff 33 BC)
Thomasson: Fasti Africani (1996) p.20 (1 L. Autronius Paetus , procos 29/28)
Thomasson: Legatus (1991) p.111 (144 P Autronius Paetus legatus 73)
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RE2 RE1
L. Autronius Autr(onius)
defended by Cato mon. c.189-180
? = RE1 ? = RE2
L. Autronius
 
RE7   LAC197
P. Autronius L.f. Paetus P. Autronius
* c. 108 q.75 legatus on inscription in Laconia
leg of M. Antonius Creticus 73-72 ? = RE7
pr by 68 cos des for 65
convicted for ambitus 66 after election
Catilinarian 64-63
exiled 62 mention in exile 58 ante 46
 
RE6 A1680 LP39-1 Laet62
L. Autronius P.f.L.n. Paetus
cos suff 33
procos Africa c.29/28 triumph 28
REPUBLIC
IMPERIAL                                                      
Dem60 PME-A262
L. Autronius T.f. Causus
trbus Clu., Interamna Nahard Umbria
tr mil, IIII vir iure dicundo,
under Augustus, before the Flavians
A1679 PLRE3 RE4 Bar1482
Autronius Iustus
senator 275
recipient of a letter from his son, probably fictitious
 
RE8 A1681 PLRE6 Bar1483
Autronius Tiberianus
senator 275
author of a letter to his father, probably fictitious
UNCERTAIN DATE                                                    
RE3 Curchin1042
P. Autro[nius] : P. Aut[ronius?] Cal[vinus?] -
consul [IIvir?] at Regina in Cordubensis,
CIL-XIV-4192 Flavian or early 2nd century AD
AE1999-905 = AE2000-738