Sextus Cornelius Repentinus
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Sextus Cornelius Repentinus was a Roman politician who lived in the 2nd century. His father, an elder Sextus Cornelius Repentinus, was a quaestor and head of the Praetorian Guard during the reign of Roman emperors Antoninus Pius (reigned 138-161) and Marcus Aurelius (reigned 161-180). Like his father, he was originally from Scillium, an ancient city near Carthage in Africa, now in modern Tunisia.
Around 188, he was Roman governor of Lusitania. In 193, when he was prefect of Rome, he married Didia Clara, a daughter of emperor Didius Julianus. After the deaths of his father and mother-in-law, in June/July 193, his fate and that of his wife are unknown.