Sextus Calpurnius Agricola
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Sextus Calpurnius Agricola was a Roman general and politician of the 2nd century.
Calpurnius Agricola was governor of Germania Superior around 158.
In 163, he was sent to Britain to control uprisings in the north. He rebuilt a number of forts, most notably that at Coria (Corbridge). He withdrew troops southwards from Scotland towards the line of Hadrian's Wall to contend with the threats of further rebellion.
- Birley 2000, p. 145.
Marcus Statius Priscus
|Roman governors of Britain||Succeeded by
Unknown, then Quintus Antistius Adventus