Rufus (consul 457)

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Flavius Rufus (floruit 457 AD) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire. In 457 he was appointed Consul with Constantinus as colleague; both of them were recognised only in the East.

Nothing else is known about him.


Preceded by
Eparchius Avitus Augustus (alone in the West),
Iohannes (East),
Varanes (East)
Consul of the Roman Empire
with Flavius Constantinus
Succeeded by
Iulius Maiorianus Augustus,
Flavius Valerius Leo Augustus