Ablabius

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Ablabius (Greek Αβλάβιος), or Ablavius, was the name of several different people in the ancient world.

  • Ablabius, a physician on whose death there is an epigram by Theosebia in the Greek Anthology
  • Ablabius (consul 331), Praetorian prefect of the East of Constantine I, from 329 to 337/338
  • Ablabius (floruit 4th/5th century), writer of a history of the Goths based on Gothic legends and sources, which was used by Cassiodorus and Jordanes
  • Ablabius (assassin), a man who attempted to kill Justinian I in 562