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Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas was a Roman senator of the early Roman Empire, who flourished under the reigns of Nero and Vespasian. He was suffect consul around the year 78. Asprenas is commonly identified as the son of the senator Asprenas Calpurnius Torquatus. His father was awarded the cognomen "Torquatus" and a golden torque by the emperor Augustus when he fell from his horse in the . As the cognomen was hereditary, it came to be part of Asprenas' name, and appears as part of the names of his descendants.

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  • Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas was a Roman senator of the early Roman Empire, who flourished under the reigns of Nero and Vespasian. He was suffect consul around the year 78. Asprenas is commonly identified as the son of the senator Asprenas Calpurnius Torquatus. His father was awarded the cognomen "Torquatus" and a golden torque by the emperor Augustus when he fell from his horse in the . As the cognomen was hereditary, it came to be part of Asprenas' name, and appears as part of the names of his descendants.
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  • Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas was a Roman senator of the early Roman Empire, who flourished under the reigns of Nero and Vespasian. He was suffect consul around the year 78. Asprenas is commonly identified as the son of the senator Asprenas Calpurnius Torquatus. His father was awarded the cognomen "Torquatus" and a golden torque by the emperor Augustus when he fell from his horse in the . As the cognomen was hereditary, it came to be part of Asprenas' name, and appears as part of the names of his descendants. The cursus honorum of Asprenas is imperfectly known. We know that he was appointed governor of the combined imperial province of Galatia and Pamphylia in the year 69 from an anecdote Tacitus shares with us. We also know he was proconsular governor of Africa, which Werner Eck has dated to 82/83. Asprenas is known to have at least two children by an otherwise unattested woman named Arria. One was a son named Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas, suffect consul in 94 and ordinary consul in 128. The second was a daughter, Calpurnia Arria (also referred to as Arria Calpurnia), who married Gaius Bellicius Natalis Gavidius Tebanianus, suffect consul in 87.
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