Gaius Iulius Camilius Asper

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Gaius Iulius Camilius Asper was a Roman politician and senator of the 3rd century AD.

Asper came from the tribus Galeria in Attaleia . Probably under his father Gaius Julius Asper he was treasurer in the province of Africa , and above 212 road curator of the Via Appia . In 212 Asper became a full consul with his father . In the same year his father fell out of favor and was banished with him, but later pardoned again. In addition, Asper sodalis Augustalis (imperial priest) and pontiff , and patron of Britannia and Mauretania Tingitana .

His son Gaius Iulius Camilius Asper was, among other things, a suffect consul .




  1. Rudolf Hanslik : Julius 159a . In: Paulys Realencyclopadie der classischen Antiquity Science (RE). Supplementary volume XII, Stuttgart 1970, column 503.