Tiberius Claudius Paulinus
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Tiberius Claudius Paulinus was a Roman general and politician of the early third century.
He was a popular man. While he was away governing Gaul, the Silures tribe set up an official inscription dedicated to him despite their usual hostility to Rome. A letter sent by him to a friend, Sennius Sollemnis survives as do several other inscriptions. By 221, he had been succeeded in Britain by Marius Valerianus.