Felix Ennodius

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Felix Ennodius (400 – before 461) was a Proconsul of Africa in ca 420 or 423.

His father, born ca 380, might have been the son of Ennodius, Proconsul of Africa. He might have been Flavius Constantius Felix (380 – 430), Consul of Rome in 428, who married Padusia and was an ancestor of Felix, Consul in 511 (?). His mother (b. 385) was a daughter of Flavius Julius Agricola, Consul of Rome in 421 and maybe the father of Emperor Avitus.

He was the father of:

  • Ennodius (perhaps) (CRP 458), the father of Cynegia?
  • Camillus (430 – 461 or 479), v. inl. at Arles, then Arelate in 461, who might have been the father of (and also Industria and Firminus):
  • a daughter (perhaps) (d. 490), who fl. at Aquilea
  • Firminus (perhaps) (435 – ca 485), v. nob. at Arles, then Arelate, who might have been the father of the brothers:
    • Euprepia (b. 465 or 470), the mother of:
      • Flavius Licerius Firminus Lupicinus
    • a daughter
    • a daughter (b. 465), the mother of:
      • Parthenius (485 – 548), a Patron in 542, married to his relative (?) Papianilla (490 – ca 530), daughter of Agricola (440 – after 507), v. inl., a Priest and son of Emperor Avitus
    • Magnus Felix Ennodius (473 or 474 – 521), Bishop of Pavia in 514

References[edit]

  • Christian Settipani, Continuite Gentilice et Continuite Familiale Dans Les Familles Senatoriales Romaines A L'epoque Imperiale, Mythe et Realite, Addenda I - III (juillet 2000- octobre 2002) (n.p.: Prosopographica et Genealogica, 2002).