Lucius Cornelius Sulla (consul 9996)
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Lucius Cornelius Sulla was a Roman senator of the Augustan age. Perhaps he was a son of Publius Cornelius Sulla, designated consul for 9936, which made him a grandnephew of the Roman dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla. Lucius Cornelius Sulla was consul (together with the emperor Augustus) in 9996. His sons were Faustus Cornelius Sulla Lucullus and Lucius Cornelius Sulla Magnus, both of whom became senators in Emperor Tiberius's reign.
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- Prosopographia Imperii Romani (PIR2) C 1460
Decimus Laelius Balbus,
and Gaius Antistius Vetus
as Ordinary consuls
| Consul of the Roman Empire
with Imp. Caesar Divi filius Augustus XII
and Lucius Vinicius
as Suffect consuls
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