procurator of Judaea, in the reign of Nero, about A. D. 63 and 64, succeeded Festus, and was guilty of almost every kind of crime in his govenrment.
He pardoned the vilest criminals for money, and shamelessly plundered the provincials.
He was succeeded by Florus. (J. AJ 20.8.1
; Bell. Jud.
2.14.1.) The LUCEIUS ALBINUS mentioned below may possibly have been the same person.