Caeionius Rufius Albinus
Rufius Albinus was the son of Gaius Caeionius Rufius Volusianus who was Roman consul in 311 and 314 before being exiled. In 335 Rufius Albinus was appointed consul posterior alongside Julius Constantius. Then from 30 December 335 until 10 March 337, he was praefectus urbi of Rome.
Rufius Albinus was referred to as philosophus, and may have been the author of works on logic and geometry. He may also have been the author of a history of Rome in verse. In around 337 the Senate issued a decree, honouring him for his services with a statue.
- Martindale, J. R.; Jones, A. H. M, The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, Vol. I AD 260-395, Cambridge University Press (1971)
Amnius Anicius Paulinus,
|Consul of the Roman Empire
with Julius Constantius
|Praefectus urbi of Rome
December 335 – March 337