Template:Nerva–Antonine family tree

Nerva–Antonine family treeEdit

Q. Marcius Barea SoranusQ. Marcius Barea SuraAntonia FurnillaM. Cocceius NervaSergia PlautillaP. Aelius Hadrianus
(r. 79–81)
Marcia FurnillaMarciaTrajanus PaterNerva
(r. 96–98)
Ulpia[i]Aelius Hadrianus Marullinus
Flavia[ii]Marciana[iii]C. Salonius Matidius[iv]Trajan
(r. 98–117)
PlotinaP. Acilius AttianusP. Aelius Afer[v]Paulina Major[vi]
Lucius Mindius
Libo Rupilius Frugi
Salonia Matidia[vii]L. Vibius Sabinus
Paulina Minor[vi]L. Julius Ursus Servianus[ix]
Matidia Minor[vii]Suetonius?[x]Sabina[iii]Hadrian[v][xi][vi] (r. 117–138)Antinous[xii]
Julia Balbilla?[xiii]C. Fuscus Salinator IJulia Serviana Paulina
M. Annius Verus[xiv]Rupilia Faustina[xv][xvi]Boionia ProcillaCn. Arrius Antoninus
L. Ceionius CommodusAppia SeveraC. Fuscus Salinator II
L. Caesennius PaetusArria AntoninaArria Fadilla[xvii]T. Aurelius Fulvus
L. Caesennius AntoninusL. CommodusPlautiaignota[xviii]C. Avidius Nigrinus
M. Annius Verus[xv]Domitia Calvilla[xix]Fundania[xx]M. Annius Libo[xv]FAUSTINA[xvii]Antoninus Pius
(r. 138–161)[xvii]
L. Aelius Caesar[xviii]Avidia[xviii]
(r. 161–180)[xxi]
FAUSTINA Minor[xxi]C. Avidius Cassius[xxii]Aurelia Fadilla[xvii]LUCIUS VERUS
(r. 161–169)[xviii]
Ceionia Fabia[xviii]Plautius Quintillus[xxiii]Q. Servilius PudensCeionia Plautia[xviii]
Cornificia Minor[xxiv]M. Petronius SuraCOMMODUS
(r. 177–192)[xxi]
Fadilla[xxiv]M. Annius Verus Caesar[xxi]Ti. Claudius Pompeianus
Lucilla[xxi]M. Plautius Quintillus[xviii]Junius Licinius BalbusServilia Ceionia
Petronius AntoninusL. Aurelius Agaclytus
Aurelia Sabina[xxiv]L. Antistius Burrus
Plautius QuintillusPlautia ServillaC. Furius Sabinus TimesitheusAntonia GordianaJunius Licinius Balbus?
Furia Sabina TranquillinaGORDIAN III
(r. 238–244)
  • (1) = 1st spouse
  • (2) = 2nd spouse
  • (3) = 3rd spouse
  •   Reddish-purple indicates emperor of the Nerva–Antonine dynasty

      lighter purple indicates designated imperial heir of said dynasty who never reigned

      grey indicates unsuccessful imperial aspirants

      bluish-purple indicates emperors of other dynasties
  • dashed lines indicate adoption; dotted lines indicate love affairs/unmarried relationships
  • small caps = posthumously deified (Augusti, Augustae, or other)

Except where otherwise noted, the notes below indicate that an individual's parentage is as shown in the above family tree.

  1. ^ Sister of Trajan's father: Giacosa (1977), p. 7.
  2. ^ Giacosa (1977), p. 8.
  3. ^ a b Levick (2014), p. 161.
  4. ^ Husband of Ulpia Marciana: Levick (2014), p. 161.
  5. ^ a b Giacosa (1977), p. 7.
  6. ^ a b c DIR contributor (Herbert W. Benario, 2000), "Hadrian".
  7. ^ a b Giacosa (1977), p. 9.
  8. ^ Husband of Salonia Matidia: Levick (2014), p. 161.
  9. ^ Smith (1870), "Julius Servianus".
  10. ^ Suetonius a possible lover of Sabina: One interpretation of HA Hadrianus 11:3
  11. ^ Smith (1870), "Hadrian", pp. 319–322.
  12. ^ Lover of Hadrian: Lambert (1984), p. 99 and passim; deification: Lamber (1984), pp. 2–5, etc.
  13. ^ Julia Balbilla a possible lover of Sabina: A. R. Birley (1997), Hadrian, the Restless Emperor, p. 251, cited in Levick (2014), p. 30, who is sceptical of this suggestion.
  14. ^ Husband of Rupilia Faustina: Levick (2014), p. 163.
  15. ^ a b c d Levick (2014), p. 163.
  16. ^ It is uncertain whether Rupilia Faustina was Frugi's daughter by Salonia Matidia or another woman.
  17. ^ a b c d Levick (2014), p. 162.
  18. ^ a b c d e f g Levick (2014), p. 164.
  19. ^ Wife of M. Annius Verus: Giacosa (1977), p. 10.
  20. ^ Wife of M. Annius Libo: Levick (2014), p. 163.
  21. ^ a b c d e Giacosa (1977), p. 10.
  22. ^ The epitomator of Cassius Dio (72.22) gives the story that Faustina the Elder promised to marry Avidius Cassius. This is also echoed in HA "Marcus Aurelius" 24.
  23. ^ Husband of Ceionia Fabia: Levick (2014), p. 164.
  24. ^ a b c Levick (2014), p. 117.
  • DIR contributors (2000). "De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Rulers and Their Families". Retrieved 2015-04-14.
  • Giacosa, Giorgio (1977). Women of the Caesars: Their Lives and Portraits on Coins. Translated by R. Ross Holloway. Milan: Edizioni Arte e Moneta. ISBN 0-8390-0193-2.
  • Lambert, Royston (1984). Beloved and God: The Story of Hadrian and Antinous. New York: Viking. ISBN 0-670-15708-2.
  • Levick, Barbara (2014). Faustina I and II: Imperial Women of the Golden Age. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-537941-9.
  • Smith, William, ed. (1870). Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.

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