Created: 9th May 2018
Update:  9th May 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 Charax (?), Lupus, Piso, Proculianus, Proculus, Ursus
Senatorial Celsus, Severus
Equestrian Lupus, Ursus
Equestrian (mil) Lupus
Local magistrat. Lupus
Uncertain n/a
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors 0
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) 7 excl. L. Iulius Ursus (C.) Valerius Flaccus cos suff 128
Notes: The Iulii Lupi are probably from Gallia Narbonensis, the Iulii Ursi from Spain or Narbonensis.
Literature Absil: Prefets du Pretoire (1997) p.212-215 (§*8* Iulius Ursus, concludes he was not praefectus praetorio)
Alföldy: Konsulat (1977) p.152, 254, 269-270, 295, 298, 319, 335 (A. Claudius Charax cos suff 147), p.168-169, 257,272-273, 320, 326 (A. Iulius Proculus cos suff 156), 
p.191, 249, 283-284, 297-298, 301, 321, 326, 338, (A. Iulius Pompilius Piso etc. cos suff 178)
Baroni: Adlectiones ed Adlecti (2011) p.CXXIV and p.175-195, stemma p.194 suggesting connection to the Iulii Lupi (L. Iulius Ursus, adlectus 83)
Bastianini, G: "Lista dei prefetti d'Egitto dal 30a al 299p", in ZPE Bd. 17 (1975), p.275 (Ti. Iulius Lupus, praefect 71-73, p.276 (L. Iulius Ursus, praefect 83/84)
Bastianini, G: "Lista dei prefetti d'Egitto dal 30a al 299p: aggiunte e correzioni"", in ZPE Bd. 38 (1980), p. 78 (Ti. Iulius Lupus, L. Iulius Ursus, praefect 83/84)
Birley: Roman Government of Britain (2005) p.253-254 (§26 A. Claudius Charax, suggests his full name was A. Iulius Ti. Claudius Charax)
Caballos Rufino: Senadores Hispanorromanos (1990) p.386-388 (§I30 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus cos III 134), p.389-390 (L. Iulius Ursus Valerius Flaccus cos suff 128)
Chausson, Francois: Des femmes, des hommes, des briques: prosopographie sénatoriale et figlinae alimentant le marché urbain", in Archeologia Classica, Vol. 56 (2005), pp. 225-267 
discusses Arria Fadilla and her 1, 2 or even 3 daughters and the inheritance of their figlinae. (especially p.232, 239-242).
Crook: Consilium Principis (1955) p.170 (§190 L. Iulius Ursus, amicus of Domitian and Trajan, §191 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus, amicus of Trajan and Hadrian)
Dondin-Payre, Monique.: "Le Diplome militaire de Drobeta: a propos des consuls de 179 ap. J.-C.", in ZPE Bd. 62, (1986), p.260-261 on L. Iulius Proculianus cos suff 179.
with suggested stemma making him a brother to A. Iulius Pompilius Piso cos suff 178.
Eck: Fasten der Statthalter 1.teil, (1982), p.328-334 (L. Iulius Ursus Servianus in Germ Sup 97/98-98/99, in Pannonia 99/100-100/101)
Eck: Statthalter der germanischen Provinzen (1985) p.47-48 (§22 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus, in Germ Sup 97-98/99)
d'Escurac: La préfecture de l'annone (1976) p.327 (L. Iulius Ursus, he dates his praefecture annonae to 81-82, but today this is dated earlier)
Fitz: Pannonien (1995) p.165-166 (§66 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus , governor 98/9-101), p.617-618 (§348 A. Iulius Severus J572, possibly leg leg XIIII Gem)
Halfmann: Senatoren (1979) p.161 (§73 A. Claudius Charax, cos suff 147), p.167 (§82 A. Iulius Proculus cos suff 156), p.167-168 (§83 C. Iulius Lupus T. Vibius Varus Laevillus, 
probably from Asia Minor, where there are several Iulii Lupi), p.190-191 (§116 A. Iulius Pompilius Piso etc, III Aug in 176/177
Le Bohec, Yann: "La Troisième Légion Auguste", Paris, 1989, p.126 (A. Iulius Pompilius Piso, legatus 176-177)
Magioncalda, Andreina: "La Carriera di L. Iulius Ursus e le Alte Prefetture Equestri nel I Sec. D.C.", in Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz, Vol. 23 (2012), p.113-129
dates his praefecture of Egypt to 76/77 and possibly into 77/78. Praef Annonae was 74-76.
Marcillet-Jaubert, J.: "Le légat de Numidie A. Iulius Pompilius Piso T. Vibius Laevillus …atus Berenicianus",  in Arheolski Vestnik 28, 1977, p.346-359
dealing with the career of A. Iulius Pompilius Piso documented in inscription AE1980-952. He gives 177-178 as his years in Numidia.
Müller, H.:"Claudia Basillo und ihre Verwandtschaft", in Chiron 10, 1980, p.457-484 with stemma; detailed discussion of her husband Proculus and son Piso.
Piso: Fasti Daciae (1993) p.218-224 (§52 A. Iulius Pompilius Piso, leg leg XIII Gem ?169-?171/172)
Raepsaet-Charlier: PFOS (1987) stemma IX (Ursus' relationship to Hadrian, Pedanii) stemma XXXVII (the Iulii Lupi and their connections to emperors Titus and Antoninus Pius),
stemma LVII (A. Iulius Proculus cos suff 156 and possible descendents)
Reidinger: Statthalter Pannonien (1956) p.61-63 (§19 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus, in Pann 99/100)
Reinmuth, O.W.: "A Working List of the Prefects of Egypt 30 B.C. To 299 A.D", in The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, Vol. 4, 1967, pp.75-128
p.84 (Ti. Iulius Lupus, praef Aegypt 71/72-72/73), p.86-89 (L. Iulius Ursus prafect in 79/80 following Syme)
Remy: Carrieres Senatoriales (1989) p.269-270 (§221 A. Iulius Pompilius Piso etc, tr mil in two Eastern legions), p.305 (§253 Iulius Proculus, in Lycia 151/2-152/3 or 153/4),
p.345-346 (§305 A. Claudius Charax, in Cilicia 144/5-145/6 or 146/7) 
Ritterling: Fasti Deutschland (1932) p.26-27 (§21 (L. Iulius Ursus Servianus in Germ Sup 97-98)
Rizakis/Zoumbaki: Roman Peloponnese (2001) vol. II, p.183-184 (§281 A. Claudius Charax, patronomos at Sparta)
Salomies: Nomenclature (1992) p.51 (L. Iulius Ursus Servianus on his adoption, presumably testamentary between 100 and 102)
Schumacher: Prosopographische Untersuchungen (1973) p.13-14 (§P30 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus, pont 98/101)
Schumacher: römischen Priesterkollegien (1978) p.670  (§P43 L. Iulius Ursus Servianus, pont 98/101)
Setälä: Roman Brick Stamps (1977) p.135-136 (L. Iulius Ursus Valerius Flaccus, stemma suggests he is the adopted son of L. Iulius Ursus, which seems unlikely for chronological reasons),
p.156 he suggest that L. Iulius Rufus cos 67 could be a brother to Ursus (cos 84 etc), which again seems unlikely.
Settipani: Continuite (2000) p., p.207 (L. Iulius Ursus Valerius Flaccus as son of the poet C. Valerius Flaccus Setinus Balbus), p.307 (L. Iulius Ursus Servianus and his descendents), 
p.457-458 (suggests C. Iulius Lupus T. Vibius Varus Laevillus is the same as (Iulius) Lupus from Pergamum; with consular descendents, his stemma is followed below)
Settipani: Continuite addenda  (2001/2004) p.56 (doubts that the famous Claudius Charax is identical to the Charax, son of Iulius Lupus from Pergamum.)
Stein: Präfekten von Ägypten (1950) p.40 (Ti. Iulius Lupus), p.42-43 (Iulius Ursus)
Stein: Dazien (1944) p.93-95 (A. Iulius Pompilius Piso etc, leg leg XIII Gem in Dacia c.170)
Syme, Ronald: "The Paternity of Polyonymous Consuls", in ZPE Band.61, (1985), p.194 (Roman Papers 5, p.642), on L. Iulius Ursus C. Valerius Flaccus and his paternity.
Thomasson: Fasti Africani (1996) p.161-163 (§41 A. Iulius Pompilius Piso etc, III Aug in 176/177)
Thomasson: SPQR (1975) p.29-30 (A. Claudius Charax cos suff 147)
Townend, Gavin:"Some Flavian Connections", in JRS vol.51, 1961, p.54-62 with stemma p.62 on the Iulius Lupus - Arrecinus connection.
J388 RE327 Dobson266
(Ti.) Iulius Lupus   (Iulia)
tr of praetorian cohort 41
† 41 exc by Claudius ~ M. Arrecinus Clemens
for murder of Caligula praef praet 41
J630 RE536 RE Ursus3 LP37-38 ?? J390 RE330 RE3 A1074 FOS93
Ser. Iulius L. Iulius Ursus                       Ti. Iulius Lupus   Arrecina Tetulla  
praef Aegypt 71-73
praef annon 74-76 praef Aegypt 76/77-78/79 (not 83/84) † 73 ~ Imp TITUS
praef praetorio ? 83
adlectus (inter praetorios) c.83
cos suff 84 98 100
  adopt c.101  
J631 J569 J112 RE538 Rüpke 2090 LP10-22 LP18-23 J389 RE329 A1119 FOS99 RE Arrius44
L. Iulius Ursus Servianus     P. Iulius Lupus ~ Arria Fadilla
(Ser. Iulius Servianus cos suff 90 cos suff 97 or 98 domina figlinarum 123-128
* c.47 † 136 exc., from Narbonensis or Spain or 99 dt of Arrius Antoninus cos suff 69
cos suff 90 Moesia ?? leg Aug pro pr Germ Sup 97-98 1 ~ T. Aurelius Fulvus
leg Aug pro pr Pann 98/9-101 cos ord 89
pont 101 102 (as Ser. Iulius J112) cos II ord 102
cos ord III 134
1 ~ ignota
2 ~ Domitia Paulina (FOS12), sister of HADRIAN
* 76 † c.130    
2   1    
FOS452 AE1976-77 AE1978-16 J667 J676 RE570 FOS444 A1513 RE138
Iulia Paulina             (Iulia) Iulia Lupula Arria Fadilla IMP CAESAR ANTONINUS PIUS
domina figlinarum 139-140 * 86 † 161
~ Cn. Pedanius Fuscus Salinator cos 118 ~ C. Valerius Flaccus Setinus Balbus  same person: Iulia Lupula (J676) cos 120  139 140 145 imp 138-161
(V80) from Setia in Latium Iulia Fadilla (J667) and see Aurelius for family
XV vir sf, poet Arria Lupula
P198 RE4 Rüpke 2639 ? FOS603 V79 RE537 RE Val 180 J391 RE328
L. Pedanius Fuscus     (Pedania) C. Valerius Flaccus (L). Iulius Ursus C. Iulius Lupus  ?=? (Iulius) Lupus
* 113 † 136 exc. with grandfather or L. Iulius Ursus (C.) Valerius Flaccus T. Vibius Varus Laevillus from Pergamon
or executed aged 18 ~ (C. Sertorius (also L. Valerius Flaccus and L. Ursus Valerius) probably from Ephesus in Asia ? ~ (Iulia Quadratilla), dt of 
pont 134 Brocchus) dominus figlinarum 123 cos suff 128 q pro pr Asia sub Hadrian post129 C. Iulius Quadratus Bassus cos suff 105
  ?? related to T. Vibius Varus cos ord 134  
S553 RE4   V244 RE Val 406 FOS776 C831 RE107a LP31-12 J493 J492 RE415 LP30-34
Cn. Sertorius C.f. Brocchus Aquillius Agricola  Valeria Polla A. (Iulius) Claudius Charax       Iulius P[…] from Pergamum A. Iulius Amyntas
Pedanius Fuscus Salinator Iulius Servianus domina figlinarum from Pergamon, philosopher, historian,  ? = A. Iulius Proculus from Ephesus
governor Dalmatia more likely dt of  q Sicilia, adlectus inter aedilicios, from Ephesus
Domitius Apollinaris cos suff 97 pr, curator via Latina,  leg Aug pro pr Lycia c.151/153
leg leg II Aug in Brit c.142/144 cos suff 156 † c.190/192 exc
leg Aug pro pr Cilicia, Lycaonia et Isauria 144-147 ~ Claudia Basilo, † 190/192 exc (FOS227) 
cos suff 147 patronomos at Sparta c.151/152 dt of Ti. Claudius Piso Tertullinus
sacerdos at Pergamum, local magistrate at Synnada in Asia
J572   J477 J465 RE401 LP40-47   ?? AE1987-843
A. Iulius Severus A. Iulius A.f. Pompilius Piso T. Vibius        L. Iulius Proculianus
leg leg XIV in Pann Inf 178 Laevillus [Quadr]atus Berenicianus cos suff 179
trib. Cornelia
X vir stlit, tr mil laticl XII Ful, XV Apo in Cappadocia,
q urb, adlectus inter tribunicios, pr cand Aug c.168/169
leg leg XIII Gem in Dacia c.169-171/2
leg leg IV Fla in Moesia Sup,
praepositus I Ita + IV Fla 175/176
leg Aug pro pr leg III Aug in Numidia 176/177 or 176/178
cos desig 177 thus probably cos suff c.178 
  † probably died before parents' execution 190/192
  patron Cuicul in Numidia,
  ~ Iulia Celsina, clar fem, J657 FOS432
J263 RE185a J257   J690 FOS453
A. Iulius Charax A. Iulius Celsus  [Iulia Pi]sonina
neocoros (temple-warden)  clar puer clar puella
twice at Pergamon honored at  honored at 
grdson or grt grdson of C831 Cuicul 176/178 Cuicul 176/178
Iulia Fadilla
proneptis Antoninus (false ?)
~ (C. Iulius Verus) Maximus Caesar
Caesar 236 † 238 murdered by soldiers,
~ Toxotius, senator
UNCERTAIN DATE                                                    
Iulius Lupus C. Iulius Maximus Lupianus
praef coh in Britannia
2nd/3rd century ~ Oclatia C.f. Procle
C. Iulius C.f. Lupus
trib. Fabia
hierokeryx of Artemis
at Ephesus
related to J391 ?