Gaius Fabius Agrippinus was a Roman senator active in the mid-second century AD, who held a number of offices in the emperor's service. Agrippinus served as suffect consul for the nundinium October-December 148 with Marcus Antonius Zeno as his colleague. A remarkable commonality between Agrippinus and his colleague Zeno is that they were also consecutive governors of Thracia: Géza Alföldy dates Zeno's tenure from around the year 140 to about 143; he dates Agrippinus' tenure from 143 to about 146.
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