Apollonius (magister militum)
Apollonius (fl. 443–451) was a general of the Eastern Roman Empire.
He was magister militum praesentalis in the East at least since 443 and until 451, when he was sent to Attila as ambassador; in that occasion the King of the Huns sent Apollonius back as he had not brought the tribute Attila had been expecting.
Apollonius might be the Flavius Apollonius consul in 460.
- Theodoret, Epistolae 73.
- Theodoret, Epistolae 103.
- A law preserved in the Corpus Iuris Civilis (XII 54,4) and issued on January 28 443 was addressed to Apollonius.
- Priscus, History, fragment 18.