Publius Licinius Egnatius Marinianus

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Publius Licinius Egnatius Marinianus (c. 249 – 268) was the third and youngest son of Roman Emperor Gallienus and Augusta Cornelia Salonina.

Gallienus appointed him together with Paternus as Consul in early 268. His two older brothers, Valerianus and Saloninus, had died earlier, and thus he was the successor to the throne.

Marinianus, along with his uncle Valerianus Minor, perished during the autumn of 268 in a purge of Gallienus' partisans.[1]

Family tree of Licinia gens[edit]

Aulus Egnatius Priscillianus
philosopher
Quintus Egnatius Proculus
consul suffectus
Lucius Egnatius Victor
Egnatius Victor Marinianus
consul suffectus
1.MarinianaVexilloid of the Roman Empire.svg
Valerian
Roman Emperor
253-260
2.Cornelia Gallonia
previous
Aemilianus
Roman Emperor
253
Vexilloid of the Roman Empire.svg
(1)Gallienus
Roman Emperor
253-268
Cornelia Salonina
(2) Valerianus Minor
consul suffectus
Claudius Gothicus
Roman Emperor
268-270
Quintillus
Roman Emperor
270
next
Aurelian
Roman Emperor
270-275
Valerian II
caesar
Saloninus
co-emperor
Publius Licinius Egnatius Marinianus
consul 268
Political offices
Preceded by
Ovinius Paternus,
Arcesilaus,
Postumus,
Victorinus
Consul of the Roman Empire
268
with Aspasius Paternus,
Postumus
Succeeded by
Claudius Gothicus,
Paternus,
Victorinus,
Sanctus

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