Sextus Cocceius Anicius Faustus Paulinus

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Sextus Cocceius Anicius Faustus Paulinus[1] (fl. 3rd century AD) was a Roman senator who was appointed suffect consul sometime before AD 260/268.


Probably either the son or nephew of Anicius Faustus Paulinus, suffect consul before AD 230, Faustus Paulinus was a member of the Patrician 3rd century gens Anicia. He was appointed suffect consul sometime before AD 260/268, and was the proconsular governor of Africa, most likely around AD 265/268, but it has been acknowledged that he may have filled the office sometime later, possibly between AD 276 and 285.[2]

It has been speculated that he was possibly the father of Anicius Faustus Paulinus, the consul of AD 298.[3]


  • Martindale, J. R.; Jones, A. H. M, The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, Vol. I AD 260–395, Cambridge University Press (1971)
  • Mennen, Inge, Power and Status in the Roman Empire, AD 193-284 (2011)


  1. ^ Martindale & Jones, pg. 680
  2. ^ Mennen, pg. 87
  3. ^ Martindale & Jones, pg. 681
Political offices
Preceded by
Consul suffectus of the Roman Empire
before AD 260/268
Succeeded by