Decimus Rusticus

Decimus Rusticus (sometimes Rusticus Decimus) of Treves (then Augusta Treverorum) and Lyon (Lugdunum) (ca 370 – before 423) was a Master of the Offices and the praetorian prefect of Gaul between 409 and 410 or 413.wikipedia
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Sidonius Apollinaris

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He crossed the Channel to the continent, and by May 408 had made Arles his capital, where he appointed Apollinaris, grandfather of Sidonius Apollinaris, as prefect. This son then married Tullia of Lyon (b. say 410), daughter of Eucherius of Lyon and wife Gallia, and they were the parents of Aquilinus (ca 430 – ca 470), a nobleman at Lyon, schoolfellow and friend of Sidonius Apollinaris and the father of St. Viventiolus and his brother St. Rusticus, Archbishop of Lyon. He married before 400 Artemia (b. ca 375), the daughter of Artemia of Clermont-Ferrand (then Augustonemetum) in Auvergne (Arvennia) (born say 355), and they were the parents of a son (b. ca 400), who was a Vicarius of a province in Gaul under the father of Sidonius Apollinaris between 423 and 448.
Sidonius' grandfather was Praetorian Prefect of Gaul sometime prior to 409 and a friend of his successor Decimus Rusticus.

Constantine III (Western Roman Emperor)

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In 407, the Roman army in Britain chose as their leader Flavius Claudius Constantinus.
Constantine's praetorian prefect Decimus Rusticus, who had replaced Apollinaris a year earlier, abandoned Constantine to be caught up in the new rebellion of Jovinus in the Rhineland.

Praetorian prefecture of Gaul

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Decimus Rusticus (sometimes Rusticus Decimus) of Treves (then Augusta Treverorum) and Lyon (Lugdunum) (ca 370 – before 423) was a Master of the Offices and the praetorian prefect of Gaul between 409 and 410 or 413.
Decimus Rusticus (409-411)

Rusticus (archbishop of Lyon)

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This son then married Tullia of Lyon (b. say 410), daughter of Eucherius of Lyon and wife Gallia, and they were the parents of Aquilinus (ca 430 – ca 470), a nobleman at Lyon, schoolfellow and friend of Sidonius Apollinaris and the father of St. Viventiolus and his brother St. Rusticus, Archbishop of Lyon.
Tullia's husband, whose name is unknown, was the son of Decimus Rusticus and his wife Artemia.

Viventiolus

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This son then married Tullia of Lyon (b. say 410), daughter of Eucherius of Lyon and wife Gallia, and they were the parents of Aquilinus (ca 430 – ca 470), a nobleman at Lyon, schoolfellow and friend of Sidonius Apollinaris and the father of St. Viventiolus and his brother St. Rusticus, Archbishop of Lyon.
His paternal grandfather was the son of Decimus Rusticus and his wife Artemia.

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Decimus Rusticus (sometimes Rusticus Decimus) of Treves (then Augusta Treverorum) and Lyon (Lugdunum) (ca 370 – before 423) was a Master of the Offices and the praetorian prefect of Gaul between 409 and 410 or 413.

Lyon

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Decimus Rusticus (sometimes Rusticus Decimus) of Treves (then Augusta Treverorum) and Lyon (Lugdunum) (ca 370 – before 423) was a Master of the Offices and the praetorian prefect of Gaul between 409 and 410 or 413.

Roman Britain

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He was one of those responsible for the withdrawal from Britannia.

Honorius (emperor)

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He was captured by the army commanders of Emperor Honorius and put to death.

God

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So then, for what remains of life now that our years touch upon the threshold of age, let us under the providence of God be two persons with but a single mind; and let us instil into our sons the same mutual regard: let us see that the objects which they desire and refuse, pursue or shun, are the same.

Clermont-Ferrand

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He married before 400 Artemia (b. ca 375), the daughter of Artemia of Clermont-Ferrand (then Augustonemetum) in Auvergne (Arvennia) (born say 355), and they were the parents of a son (b. ca 400), who was a Vicarius of a province in Gaul under the father of Sidonius Apollinaris between 423 and 448.

History of Auvergne

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He married before 400 Artemia (b. ca 375), the daughter of Artemia of Clermont-Ferrand (then Augustonemetum) in Auvergne (Arvennia) (born say 355), and they were the parents of a son (b. ca 400), who was a Vicarius of a province in Gaul under the father of Sidonius Apollinaris between 423 and 448.

Vicarius

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He married before 400 Artemia (b. ca 375), the daughter of Artemia of Clermont-Ferrand (then Augustonemetum) in Auvergne (Arvennia) (born say 355), and they were the parents of a son (b. ca 400), who was a Vicarius of a province in Gaul under the father of Sidonius Apollinaris between 423 and 448.

Gaul

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He married before 400 Artemia (b. ca 375), the daughter of Artemia of Clermont-Ferrand (then Augustonemetum) in Auvergne (Arvennia) (born say 355), and they were the parents of a son (b. ca 400), who was a Vicarius of a province in Gaul under the father of Sidonius Apollinaris between 423 and 448.

Eucherius of Lyon

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This son then married Tullia of Lyon (b. say 410), daughter of Eucherius of Lyon and wife Gallia, and they were the parents of Aquilinus (ca 430 – ca 470), a nobleman at Lyon, schoolfellow and friend of Sidonius Apollinaris and the father of St. Viventiolus and his brother St. Rusticus, Archbishop of Lyon.

Gregory of Tours

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Bishop of Tours Gregory, Historia Francorum (The History of the Franks) (London, England: Penguin Books, Ltd., 1974).

Agroecius

Agroecius, captured and executed with Decimus Rusticus in 413 by the forces of the Roman emperor Honorius.

Thaumastus

Thaumastus and his brother were both sons of another Apollinaris, praetorian prefect of Gaul before 409 and were friends with his successor Decimus Rusticus.