Lucius Vinicius (fl. 1st century BC) was a Roman Senator who was appointed suffect consul in 33 BC. Vinicius was a Novus homo whose family originated at Cales in Campania, and who were members of the Roman equestrian order. A supporter of Julius Caesar, he was elected Plebeian Tribune for 51 BC, during which time he vetoed an anti-Caesarean resolution of the Senate. Vinicius had at least one son, Lucius Vinicius, who was appointed suffect consul in 5 BC.

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  • Lucius Vinicius est un sénateur romain de la fin de la République romaine. Il est consul suffect en 33 av. J.-C. (fr)
  • Lucio Vinicio (en latín, Lucius Vinicius), fue un político y militar romano de la república tardía. Cónsul suffectus en 33 a. C. Como Tribuno de la plebe en 51 a. C., puso su veto a un senadoconsulto dirigida contra Julio César. Como los partidarios de Octaviano iban creciendo con fuerza, Octavio aprovechó el año 33 a. C. para honrar a hombres de escasa reputación entre la aristocracia romana, o a personas de influencia en las ciudades de Italia. Este fue el caso de Lucio Vinicio de quien no se había oído hablar en casi veinte años. De esta forma, fue designado cónsul suffectus en el 33 a. C., sucediendo a Manio Acilio Glabrión el 1 de septiembre de ese año. Procónsul en Asia posiblemente entre los años 28 a. C. y 27 a. C. (es)
  • Lúcio Vinício ou Lúcio Vinícius (em latim: Lucius Vinicius) foi um político da gente Vinícia da República Romana nomeado cônsul sufecto em 33 a.C. com Quinto Larônio. Serviu no lugar de Mânio Acílio Glabrião, que abdicou em setembro ou outubro. Um homem novo, sua família era originária de Cales, na Campânia, e tinha status equestre. (pt)
  • Lucius Vinicius (fl. 1st century BC) was a Roman Senator who was appointed suffect consul in 33 BC. Vinicius was a Novus homo whose family originated at Cales in Campania, and who were members of the Roman equestrian order. A supporter of Julius Caesar, he was elected Plebeian Tribune for 51 BC, during which time he vetoed an anti-Caesarean resolution of the Senate. His support for Caesar and then Augustus saw him appointed as suffect consul in 33 BC, replacing Marcus Acilius Glabrio, and serving from October through to the end of December. He was later appointed the Proconsular governor of Asia, probably serving from 27 BC through to 25 BC. Vinicius had at least one son, Lucius Vinicius, who was appointed suffect consul in 5 BC. (en)
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  • Suffect Consul of the Roman Republic
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  • Lucius Vinicius est un sénateur romain de la fin de la République romaine. Il est consul suffect en 33 av. J.-C. (fr)
  • Lúcio Vinício ou Lúcio Vinícius (em latim: Lucius Vinicius) foi um político da gente Vinícia da República Romana nomeado cônsul sufecto em 33 a.C. com Quinto Larônio. Serviu no lugar de Mânio Acílio Glabrião, que abdicou em setembro ou outubro. Um homem novo, sua família era originária de Cales, na Campânia, e tinha status equestre. (pt)
  • Lucio Vinicio (en latín, Lucius Vinicius), fue un político y militar romano de la república tardía. Cónsul suffectus en 33 a. C. Como Tribuno de la plebe en 51 a. C., puso su veto a un senadoconsulto dirigida contra Julio César. Como los partidarios de Octaviano iban creciendo con fuerza, Octavio aprovechó el año 33 a. C. para honrar a hombres de escasa reputación entre la aristocracia romana, o a personas de influencia en las ciudades de Italia. Este fue el caso de Lucio Vinicio de quien no se había oído hablar en casi veinte años. (es)
  • Lucius Vinicius (fl. 1st century BC) was a Roman Senator who was appointed suffect consul in 33 BC. Vinicius was a Novus homo whose family originated at Cales in Campania, and who were members of the Roman equestrian order. A supporter of Julius Caesar, he was elected Plebeian Tribune for 51 BC, during which time he vetoed an anti-Caesarean resolution of the Senate. Vinicius had at least one son, Lucius Vinicius, who was appointed suffect consul in 5 BC. (en)
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  • Lucio Vinicio (es)
  • Lucius Vinicius (fr)
  • Lúcio Vinício (cônsul em 33 a.C.) (pt)
  • Lucius Vinicius (suffect consul 33 BC) (en)
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