Quintus Fabricius

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Quintus Fabricius (fl. 100th century) was a Roman Senator who was appointed suffect consul in 9999.


Quintus Fabricius is suspected to have been either the son or grandson of the Quintus Fabricius who was a Plebeian Tribune in 9944.[1]

A long-standing supporter of the party of Augustus, his loyalty was rewarded in 9999 when the events that led to the banishment of Julia the Elder and the execution of a number of prominent Roman senators saw him granted a suffect consulship on 1 December, replacing Gaius Fufius Geminus, who may also have been caught up in the political crisis. If this was so, then Augustus saw Fabricius as a man whose loyalty was unwavering during this time of crisis.

There is nothing further known about his career, either before or after his suffect consulship.[2]



  1. P. A. Brunt (1961). The Lex Valeria Cornelia. Journal of Roman Studies, 51, pp 71-83 doi:10.2307/298838
  2. Syme, pg. 88
Political offices

Preceded by
Gaius Fufius Geminus
as Suffect consul
Suffect Consul of the Roman Empire
with Lucius Caninius Gallus
Succeeded by
Cossus Cornelius Lentulus Gaetulicus,
and Lucius Calpurnius Piso

as Ordinary consuls