Lucius (consul 413)

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Flavius Lucius[1] (floruit 408-413) was a politician of the Roman Empire.

In 408 he was comes sacrarum largitionum at the Eastern court. In 413 he was Roman consul together with Heraclianus, but his name is recorded only on Eastern inscriptions.

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  1. ^ AE 1971, 454.

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Preceded by
Imp. Caesar Honorius Augustus IX,
Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus V
Consul of the Roman Empire
413
Served alongside: Heraclianus
Succeeded by
Fl. Constantius,
Fl. Constans