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Tito Aurelio Fulvo Boionio Antonino Pio pater num genus e Gallia Transalpina, Nemausense scilicet,  avus Titus Aurelius Fulvus, qui per honores diversos ad secundum consulatum et praefecturam urbis  pervenit, pater Aurelius Fulvus, qui et ipse fuit consul,  homo tristis et integer, avia materna Boionia Procilla, mater Arria Fadilla, avus maternus Arrius Antoninus, bis consul, homo sanctus et qui Nervam  miseratus esset, quod imperare coepisset, soror  uterina Iulia Fadilla, vitricus Iulius Lupus consularis,  socer Annius Verus, uxor Annia Faustina, filii mares duo, duae feminae, gener per maiorem filiam Lamia Silanus, per minorem Marcus Antoninus fuere. 1 2 3 4 5 6  Ipse Antoninus Pius natus est XIII. kal. Oct. Flavio Domitiano XII. et Cornelio Dolabella consulibus in villa Lanuvina. educatus Lorii in Aurelia, ubi postea palatium exstruxit, cuius hodieque reliquiae  manent, pueritiam egit cum avo paterno, mox eum materno, omnes suos religiose colens, atque adeo et consobrinorum et vitrici et multorum adfinium hereditate ditatus est.
1 The correct form of his name prior to his adoption was T. Aurelius Fulvus Boionius Arrius Antoninus; see C.I.L., viii. 8239.
2 The year is unknown; his first consulship was in 85. He had previously commanded the Third Legion, the Gallica, and had been honoured by Otho for successes against the Sarmatians.
3 His first consulship was in 69; the year of the second is not known. He was one of the correspondents of the younger Pliny.
4 See Marc, i. 2.
5 Her full name was Annia Galeria Faustina.
6 Their names are given in their sepulchral inscriptions from the Mausoleum of Hadrian as M. Aurelius Fulvus
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