Eustathius (consul)

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Flavius Eustathius (fl. 415–422) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire.

Biography[edit]

In 415-416 he was quaestor sacri palatii; in this capacity he received a copy of a law (Codex Theodosianus i.8.1, "De officio quaestoris", 15 October 415) he had promoted.

Between 420 and 422 he held the high office of Praetorian prefect of the East, while in 421 he held the consulate.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Jones, A.H.M., J.R. Martindale, e J. Morris, "Fl. Eustathius 12", Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, Vol. 2 395-527, Cambridge, 1971–1992, p. 436.
Preceded by
Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus IX,
Fl. Constantius III
Consul of the Roman Empire
421
with Fl. Iulius Agricola
Succeeded by
Imp. Caesar Honorius Augustus XIII,
Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus X
Preceded by
Fl. Monaxius
Praetorian prefect of the East
420–422
Succeeded by
Fl. Asclepiodotus