SULP0401 Q. Sulpicius (76) Longus


  • Patrician


son of
Q. Sulpicius (37) Ser. ? f. - n. Camerinus Praetextatus (cos. 434) (RE)
brother of
M. Sulpicius (not in RE) (son of Q. Sulpicius (37) Ser. ? f. - n. Camerinus Praetextatus (cos. 434)) (RE)
Ser. Sulpicius (31, cf. 94) Q. f. Ser. n. Camerinus Rufus (cos. suff. 393) (RE)
father of
Ser. Sulpicius (not in RE) (son of Q. Sulpicius (76) Longus (tr. mil. c. p. 390)) (RE)
uncle of
C. Sulpicius (83) M. f. Q. n. Peticus (cos. 364) (RE)
grandfather of
C. Sulpicius (75) Ser. f. Q. n. Longus (cos. 337) (RE)


  • Tribunus Militum Consulari Potestate 390 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • On the names and authenticity of K. and Num. Fabius, see 391, note 2, and references cited there. Servilius Fidenas is identified by the adverb quartum in Livy. For Cornelius Livy has Servilius but the cognomen and the name Cornelius in Diod. impose the correction. The identification of Longus and Fabius in CIL 6.37161- ILS 9338,2 is probable but not certain, and makes the date of inauguration of the priest in question uncertain. See note 4. (Broughton MRR I)
    • Liv. 5.36.12; Diod. 14.110.1; 15.20.1; Fast. Cap. ([Q. Fabi]us M. f. Q. [- - - -]); CIL 6.37161 ([- - - -] T. f. Longo, Q. [Fabio- - -]); Chr. 354 (Longo et Ambusto); Degrassi 30f., 100, 388f. Sulpicius held command{95} at the Allia (Cass. Hem. fr. 20 Peter, and Cn. Gellius, fr. 25 Peter; Gell. 5.17.2, from Verr. Flacc.; Liv. 6.1.12), and on the Capitol (Liv. 5.47.9, and 48.8; Plut. Cam. 28.4) against the Gauls. (Broughton MRR I)
    • The following additional apocryphal names appear in Ms F of Diod.: {Gr}, 14.110; {Gr}, 15.20. (Broughton MRR I)