Sextus Attius Suburanus
|Sextus Attius Suburanus Aemilianus|
|Years of service||98–101|
|Unit||Praetorian Guard--German Guard|
|Commands held||Praetorian Guard|
|Other work||Consul of the Roman Empire in 104|
Sextus Attius Suburanus Aemilianus, commonly abbreviated as Suburanus (date of birth or death unknown), was a prefect of the Roman imperial bodyguard, known as the Praetorian Guard, during the reign of emperor Trajan, from 98 until 101.
He acceded to the office upon the execution of his predecessor Casperius Aelianus, who had been responsible for an insurrection against the previous emperor Nerva. Surburanus was a hard worker, apparently sometimes staying all night to finish work. Trajan was also truthful to Surburanus, by telling him, upon Suburanus ascending, and handing him his Praetorian sword, 'If I rule well, use this sword for me. If I rule badly, use it against me.'
After his tenure as Praetorian prefect, Suburanus was inducted into the Roman Senate, held the suffect consulship in 101, and then later the consulship in 104 with Marcus Asinius Marcellus as consul posterior.
and Quintus Articuleius Paetus
as Ordinary consuls
|Suffect consul of the Roman Empire
with Quintus Articuleius Paetus
Gaius Sertorius Brocchus Quintus Servaeus Innocens,
and Marcus Maecius Celer
as Suffect consuls
and Manius Laberius Maximus
|Consul of the Roman Empire
with Marcus Asinius Marcellus
Tiberius Julius Candidus Marius Celsus,
and Gaius Antius Aulus Julius Quadratus II
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