Appius Annius Trebonius Gallus (consul 108)

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Appius Annius Trebonius Gallus was a distinguished Roman senator, who was consul in AD 108, as the colleague of Marcus Appius Bradua.[1] He is mentioned in an honorific inscription at Olympia.[1]

Trebonius Gallus was born into the plebeian gens Annia.[2] His father may have been Appius Annius Gallus, one of the suffect consuls of the year 67; according to Olli Salomies, there is a consensus that his mother was probably Trebonia, a daughter of Publius Trebonius, consul suffectus in AD 53.[3] Gallus was related to the senator Marcus Annius Verus; Verus was a brother-in-law of Hadrian, and the father of Faustina the Elder, wife of Antoninus Pius and aunt of Marcus Aurelius.[2]

Gallus had a son named Appius Annius Trebonius Gallus, who was consul in 139.


  1. ^ a b Birley, The Roman Government of Britain p. 112
  2. ^ a b Pomeroy, The murder of Regilla: a case of domestic violence in antiquity, p. 14
  3. ^ Olli Salomies, Adoptive and Polyonymous Nomenclature in the Roman Empire (Helsinki: Societas Scientiarum Fennica, 1992), pp. 106f


  • Anthony Birley, The Roman Government of Britain, Oxford University Press, 2005
  • Sarah B. Pomeroy, The murder of Regilla: a case of domestic violence in antiquity, Harvard University Press, 2007
Political offices
Preceded by
Gaius Julius Longinus,
and Gaius Valerius Paullinus

as Suffect consuls
Consul of the Roman Empire
with Marcus Appius Bradua
Succeeded by
Publius Aelius Hadrianus,
and Marcus Trebatius Priscus

as Suffect consuls