Senators of the Roman Republic

Senators of the Res publica Romana / Senatores Romani

Displayed are the current senators of the res publica. Senators are ranked by seniority. Seniority is determined by the highest elected office held, the total duration of time on the Senate and total time as a citizen. The most senior senator is regarded as the Princeps Senatus and is provided privileges within meetings of the Senate and acts as a chair of the institution.

Senatores

PRINCEPS SENATUS

Lucius Aurelius Curio

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)
Term as Princeps Senatus:
MMDCCLXX to MMDCCLXXII a.u.c. (2017 – 2019)
Highest office held: 
Censor MMDCCLXXI a.u.c. (2018)

Titus Flavius Severus

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (2016)
Highest office held: 
Censor – MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)

Publius Iunius Brutus

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (2016)
Highest office held: 
Censor – MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)

Marcus Flavius Celsus

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (2016)
Highest office held: 
Censor – MMDCCLXXI a.u.c. (2018)

Publius Sextius Laevus

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)
Highest office held: 
Consular Tribune – MMDCCLXXII a.u.c. (2019)

Quintus Furius Camillus

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)
Highest office held: 
Quaestor Classici – MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (2016)

Gaius Cominius Laenas

Date of admission:
MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)
Highest office held: 
Quaestor Urbanus – MMDCCLXX a.u.c. (2017)

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