Caerellius Priscus

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Caerellius Priscus was a governor of Roman Britain in the late 170s.

His rule is recorded on an altar at Mainz, and he probably governed Britain between 178 and 180. He also served in Thracia, Moesia, Raetia and Germania.

A war broke out in Britain in 180 and Priscus was swiftly replaced by Ulpius Marcellus.

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Preceded by
Quintus Antistius Adventus
Roman governors of Britain Succeeded by
Ulpius Marcellus