Lucius Bruttius Quintius Crispinus

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Lucius Bruttius Quintius Crispinus was a Roman senator who lived in the second century AD. He was ordinary consul in 187, and Lucius Roscius Aelianus Paculus was his colleague.[1]

Crispinus was a member of the Bruttius, who originated in Volceii, Lucania, Italy.[2] His father was Gaius Bruttius Praesens, consul under Antoninus Pius; Ollie Salomies suggests that his mother's name, which is otherwise unknown, was "Quintia" based on his nomen "Quintius", but Salomies has no further ideas about her identity.[3] Crispinus' paternal grandparents were the consul and senator Gaius Bruttius Praesens, and Laberia Hostilia Crispina, the daughter of Manius Laberius Maximus.[4] His sister was the Roman Empress Bruttia Crispina who married the Roman Emperor Commodus.

He is generally thought to be the father of Gaius Bruttius Praesens, consul in 217.[5]


  1. ^ Paul Leunissen, Konsuln und Konsulare in der Zeit von Commodus bis Severus Alexander (Amsterdam: Verlag Gieben, 1989), p. 131
  2. ^ Leunissen, Konsuln und Konsulare, p. 356
  3. ^ Salomies, Adoptive and polyonymous nomenclature in the Roman Empire (Helsinski: Societas Scientiarum Fenica, 1992), p. 107
  4. ^ Leunissen, Konsuln und Konsulare, p. 371
  5. ^ Leunissen, Konsuln und Konsulare, p. 373
Political offices
Preceded by
Commodus V,
and Manius Acilius Glabrio II
Consul of the Roman Empire
with Lucius Roscius Aelianus Paculus
Succeeded by
Lucius Seius Fuscianus,
and Marcus Servilius Silanus