Lucius Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus

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Lucius Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus was a Roman politician and senator in the 3rd century who served as Roman consul in 231.

Pompeianus came from Antioch. His father was Lucius Aurelius Commodus Pompeianus, who was consul in 209. His grandfather was Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus, who was consul in 162 and 173, and his grandmother Lucilla (a daughter of Emperor Marcus Aurelius).[1][2] His full name, previously known as Claudius Pompeianus, was only known after the discovery of a military diploma.[3]


  1. ^ Allmer, Auguste & de Terrebasse, Alfred. Inscriptions antiques et du Moyen Age de Vienne en Dauphiné, Volume 3, p.504-07 (1875)
  2. ^ Georges Lacour-Gayet. Antonin le Pieux et son temps (1888)
  3. ^ Margaret Roxan & Paul Holder: Roman Military Diplomas IV, Nr. 315.
Political offices
Preceded by
L. Virius Agricola,
Sextus Catius Clementinus Priscillianus
Consul of the Roman Empire
with T. Flavius Sallustius Paelignianus
Succeeded by
L. Virius Lupus Iulianus ,
L. Marius Maximus