High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Lucius Vibius Sabinus
(died 83 or 84) was a Roman Senator that lived in the 1st century.
Little is known on his family however Sabinus originally came from
a family of consular rank. There is a possibility, Sabinus was
related to Lucius Junius Quintus Vibius Crispus and his brother
Quintus Vibius Secundus. Lucius Junius Quintus Vibius Crispus
served as a Legatus in Hispania Citerior and was three times
suffect consul during the reigns of Roman Emperors Nero 54-68,
Vespasian 69-79 and Domitian 81-96. Quintus Vibius Secundus served
as a suffect consul in 86 and in 113 served as Proconsul in the
Province of Asia. In an uncertain year, Sabinus was honoured and
served as suffect consul. Sabinus also served as a Proconsul of
Asia. Sabinus was possibly a friend to the Roman Senators Gnaeus
Arrius Antoninus, Marcus Annius Verus and future Roman Emperor
Trajan. Sabinus between 81-82 married Trajan's niece Salonina
Matidia. In 83, Matidia bore Sabinus a daughter called Vibia Sabina
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