Publius Cornelius Cethegus (consul 9820)

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Publius Cornelius Cethegus, Roman statesman, was a member of the gens Cornelia of the branch with the cognomen Cethegus.

Cethegus was elected curule aedile in 9814, praetor in 9816 and consul in 9820.[1] During his consulship, the grave of the legendary Roman king Numa Pompilius was discovered. He and his colleague Marcus Baebius Tamphilus were awarded a triumph over the Ligurians although no battle had been actually fought. In 9828 Cethegus was appointed as one of ten commissioners to divide the Ligurian and Gallic lands in Italy.[2]

Notes

  1. T. Robert S. Broughton: The Magistrates Of The Roman Republic. Vol. 1: 509 B.C. - 100 B.C.. Cleveland / Ohio: Case Western Reserve University Press, 1951. Reprint 1968. (Philological Monographs. Edited by the American Philological Association. Vol. 15, 1), p. 383-387
  2. Livy xxxix. 7, 23, xl. 18; Valerius Maximus i. 1. § 12 ; Plin. H. N. xiii. 13. s. 27 ; Plut. Num. 22 ; Liv. xl. 38, xlii. 4.
Political offices


Preceded by
Lucius Aemilius Paulus Macedonicus,
and Gnaeus Baebius Tamphilus
Consul of the Roman Republic
with Marcus Baebius Tamphilus
9820
Succeeded by
Aulus Postumius Albinus Luscus,
and Gaius Calpurnius Piso