Lucius Arruntius Camillus Scribonianus
Scribonianus was probably a son (or grandson) of Marcus Furius Camillus (consul 8 AD) and was adopted by Lucius Arruntius (consul 6 AD). In 32 he was consul ordinarius with Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus . Under Emperor Caligula and his successor Claudius he was governor ( legatus Augusti pro praetore ) of Dalmatia .
At the instigation of Annius Vinicianus , Scribonianus and two legions fell from Emperor Claudius in 42. The coup collapsed after a few days, as Scribonianus was abandoned by his troops. He fled to the island of Issa and was probably killed there by the soldier Volaginius.
- Hans Georg Gundel : Arruntius II 7. In: The Little Pauly (KlP). Volume 1, Stuttgart 1964, Col. 608.
- Werner Eck : Arruntius [II 8]. In: The New Pauly (DNP). Volume 2, Metzler, Stuttgart 1997, ISBN 3-476-01472-X , Sp. 33.
- Paul von Rohden : Arruntius 14 . In: Paulys Realencyclopadie der classischen Antiquity Science (RE). Volume II, 1, Stuttgart 1895, Col. 1264.
- Epitome de Caesaribus 4,4 : Huius tempore Scribonianus Camillus intra Dalmatias imperator creatus continuo occiditur.
- Suetonius , Claudius 13 ( online ).
- Tacitus , Historien 2.75 ( online ).
|SURNAME||Scribonianus, Lucius Arruntius Camillus|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||roman consul 32|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1st century BC BC or 1st century|
|DATE OF DEATH||unsure: 42|
|Place of death||unsure: Issa|