Gaius Ummidius Durmius Quadratus (c. 12 BCE – c. 60 CE) was a Roman senator of the Principate. He was the first member of the Ummidii to reach the office of consul in his family, or a homo novus. Quadratus is also known for his tenure as Roman governor of Syria from c. 50 until his death.

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  • Gaius Ummidius Durmius Quadratus (c. 12 BCE – c. 60 CE) was a Roman senator of the Principate. He was the first member of the Ummidii to reach the office of consul in his family, or a homo novus. Quadratus is also known for his tenure as Roman governor of Syria from c. 50 until his death. (en)
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  • Gaius Ummidius Durmius Quadratus (c. 12 BCE – c. 60 CE) was a Roman senator of the Principate. He was the first member of the Ummidii to reach the office of consul in his family, or a homo novus. Quadratus is also known for his tenure as Roman governor of Syria from c. 50 until his death. (en)
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