The Fasti for the Reign of Gaius

  title={The Fasti for the Reign of Gaius},
  author={Paul Gallivan},
  pages={66 - 69}
The consular fasti for the first two years of the reign of Gaius have their full complement of consuls. Degrassi lists them as follows: 37* Cn. Acerronius Proculus, C. Petronius Pontius Nigrinus k. Iul. C. Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Ti. Claudius Nero Germamicus k. Sept. A. Caecina Paetus, C. Caninius Rebilus38* M. Aquila Iulianus, P. Nonius Asprenas k. Iul. Ser. Asinius Celer, Sex. Nonius Quintilianus (Quinctilianus) The most noteworthy feature about these years is that in 37 there is a change… 
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