Agricola (consul 421)
He was possibly from Gaul, specifically Narbo. His relations are unclear: his exact parentage is unknown, as are his immediate descendants. He was the grandfather of Flavius Magnus, consul in 460. He may have had a son named Nymphidius. He was also a relative, and perhaps even the father, of the Emperor Avitus (r. 455–456).
He served twice as praetorian prefect. The first tenure was sometime before 418, but the exact circumscription is unknown; it was most probably in the Western half of the Empire however. The second time he served as praetorian prefect of Gaul in 418. He was then appointed to the consulship for 421, with Fl. Eustathius as his colleague.
- Martindale & Morris (1980), p. 36
- Martindale & Morris (1980), p. 37
- Martindale, John R.; Morris, John (1980), The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire - Volume II, AD 395–527, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-20159-9
Imp. Caesar Theodosius Augustus IX,
Fl. Constantius III
|Consul of the Roman Empire
with Fl. Eustathius
Imp. Caesar Honorius Augustus XIII,
Imp. Caesar Theodosius Augustus X
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