The list is incomplete, and all dates of office are approximate.
Caius Cornelius Gallus 30–26 BC
Lucius Aelius Gallus 26–24 BC
Publius Petronius 24–22 BC
Publius Rubirius Barbarus 15–12 BC
Caius Turranius 7–4 BC
Publius Octavius 2/1 BC–3 AD
Publius Ostorius Scapula 9–10 AD
Caius Iulius Aquila 10–11 AD
*Pedo 11–13 AD
Marcus Magius Maximus 11–14 AD
Caius Galerius 15–31 AD
*Hiberus (acting) 31–32 AD
Aulus Avillius Flaccus 32–Oct 38 AD
Caius Vitrasius Pollio 38–41 AD
Lucius Aemilius Rectus 41–42 AD
Marcus Heius 42–45 AD
Caius Iulius Postumus 45–47 AD
Gnaeus Vergilius Capito 47–52 AD
Lucius Lusius Geta 54 AD
Tiberius Claudius Balbillus 55–59 AD
Lucius Iulius Vestinus 60–62 AD
Caius Caecina Tuscus 63–64 AD
Tiberius Iulius Alexander 66–70 AD
Lucius Peducaeus Colon 70–72 AD
Tiberius Iulius Lupus 72–73 AD
*Valerius Paulinus 73 AD
Caius Aeternius Fronto 78–79 AD
Caius Tettius Africanus Cassianus
Priscus 80/81–82 AD
Lucius Laberius Maximus 83 AD
Lucius Iulius Ursus 83/84 AD
Caius Septimius Vegetus 85–88/89 AD
Marcus Jetties Rufus 88/89–91/92 AD
Titus Petronius Secundus 91/92–93 AD
Marcus Iunius Rufus 94–98 AD
Caius Pompeius Planta 98–100 AD
Caius Minicius Italus 101/103 AD
Caius Vibius Maximus 103–7 AD
Servius Sulpicius Similis 107–112 AD
Marcus Rutilius Rufus 113–117 AD
Quintus Rammius Martialis 117–119 AD
Titus Haterius Nepos 120–124 AD
Titus Flavius Titianus 126–133 AD
Marcus Petronius Mamertinus 133–137 AD
Caius Avidius Heliodorus 137–142 AD
Caius Valerius Eudaemon 142–143 AD
Lucius Valerius Proculus 144–147 AD
Marcus Petronius Honoratus 147–148 AD
Lucius Munatius Felix 150–154 AD
Marcus Sempronius Liberalis 154–159 AD
Titus Furius Victorinus 159–160 AD
Lucius Volusius Maecianus 160–161 AD
Marcus Annius Syriacus 161–164 AD
Titus Flavius Titianius 164–167 AD
Quintus Baienus Blassianus 167–168 AD
Marcus Bassaeus Rufus 168–169 AD
Caius Calvisius Statianus 170–175 AD
Caius Caecilius Salvianus (acting) 176 AD
Titus Pactumeius Magnus 176–179 AD
Titus Aius Sanctus 179–180 AD
Titus Flavius Piso
Decimus Veturius Marcinus 181–183 AD
*Vernasius Facundus
Titus Longaeus Rufus 185 AD
*Pomponius Faustinianus 186–187 AD
Marcus Aurelius Verianus 188 AD
Marcus Aurelius Papirius Dionysus
*Tineius Demetrius 189–190 AD
*Claudius Lucilianus 190 AD
*Larcius Memor 191–192 AD
Lucius Mantennius Sabinus 193–194 AD
Marcus Ulpius Primianus 195–196 AD
Quintus Aemilius Saturninus 197–199/200 AD
Quintus Maecius Laetus 200–203 AD
*Claudius Iulianus 203–205/206 AD
Tiberius Claudius Subatianus
Aquila 206–211 AD
Lucius Baebius Aurelius Iuncinus 212/213 AD
Marcus Aurelius Septimius
Heraclitus 214–215 AD
*Aurelius Antinous (acting) 216 AD
Lucius Valerius Datus 216–217 AD
*Iulius Basilianus 218 AD
*Callistianus (acting) 218/219 AD
*Geminus Chrestus 219–220/221 AD
Lucius Domitius Honoratus 222 AD
Marcus Aedinius Iulianus 222–223 AD
*alerius 223 AD
Marcus Aurelius Epagathus 223–224 AD
Tiberius Claudius Herennianus (acting) 224–225 AD
*Claudius Claudianus 225–229 AD
*Claudius Masculinus 229–230 AD
*Mevius Honoratianus 232–237 AD
*Corellius Galba 237 AD
Lucius Lucretius Annianus 239 AD
*Aurelius Basileus 242–245 AD
Caius Valerius Firmus 245–247 AD
*Aurelius Appius Sabinus 249–250 AD
*Faltonius Restitutianus 252 AD
*Lissenius Proculus 252–253 AD
Lucius Titinius Clodianus otherwise Consultius (acting) 252–253 AD
*Septimius 253 AD
Titus Magnius Felix Crescentillianus 253–256 AD
*Ulpius Pasion 257–258 AD
*Claudius Theodorus 258 AD
Lucius Mussius Aemilianus otherwise Aegippius (acting) 259–261 AD
*Aurelius Theodotus 262–263 AD
Caius Claudius Firmus 264 AD
*Iuvenius Genialis 267 AD
*Tenagino Probus 270 AD
Iulius Marcellinus (acting) 270 AD
Palmyrene control 270–272 AD
Statilius Ammianus 270/271–272/273
Caius Claudius Firmus 273–274 AD
*Sallustius Hadrianius 279–280 AD
*Celerinus 283 AD
*Pomponius Ianuarius 283–284 AD
Marcus Aurelius Diogenes 284/286 AD
*Aurelius Mercurius 285 AD
*Bellicius Peregrinus 286 AD
Caius Valerius Pompeianus 287–290 AD
*Titius Honoratus 290–292 AD
*Rupilius Felix 292/293 AD
c. 295 AD the Thebaid with Middle
Egypt was split off and made
into a separate province
*Aristius Optatus 297 AD
*Aurelius Achilleus 297–298 AD (in rebellion)
*Aurelius Rusticianus (acting) 298 AD
Aelius Publius 298–299 AD
c. 314 Egypt was divided into
several provinces which were
reunited under the prefect c.
324/325 apart from the Thebaid
Clodius Culcianus 303–306 AD
Sossianus Hierocles 307 AD
Valerius Victorinus 308 AD
Aelius Hyginus 308–309 AD
Titinnius Clodianus c. 310 AD
Aurelius Ammonius 312 AD
Iulius Iulianus 314 AD
Aurelius Apion
Tiberius Flavius Laetus 326 AD
Septimius Zenius 328–329 AD
Flavius Magnilianus 330 AD
Florentius 331 AD
Flavius Hyginus 331–332 AD
Paternus 333–335 AD
Flavius Philaorius 335–337 AD
Flavius Antonius Theodorus 338 AD
Flavius Philagrinus 338–340 AD
Longinus 341–343 AD
Palladius 344 AD
Nestorius 345–352 AD
Sebastianus 353–354 AD
Maximus 355–356 AD
Cataphronius 356–357 AD
Parnassius 357–359 AD
Italicianus 359 AD
Faustinus 359–361 AD
Hermogenes 361 AD
Gerontius 361–362 AD
Ecdicius Olympus 362–363 AD
Hierius 364 AD
Maximus 364 AD
Flavianus 364–365 AD
Proclianus 366–367 AD
Flavius Eutolmius Tatianus 367–370 AD
Olympius Palladius 370–371 AD
Aelius Palladius 371–374 AD
Iulianus 380 AD
Palaldius 382 AD
Hypatius 383 AD
Optatus 384 AD
Florentius 384–386 AD
Paulinus 386 AD
Eusebius 387 AD
Flavius Ulpius Erythrius 388 AD
Alexander 388–390 AD
Evagrius 391 AD
Hypatius 392 AD
Potamius 392 AD
Gennadius Torquatus 396 AD
Remigius 396 AD
Archelaus 397 AD
Pentadius 403/404 AD
Euthalius 403/404 AD
Orestes 415 AD
Theodorus 420/430 AD
Callistus c. 422 AD
Cleopater 435 AD
Charmosynus c. 443 AD
Theodorus 451 AD
Florus 453 AD
Nicolaus 457 AD
Flavius Alexander 468–469 AD
Boethius 475/476 AD
Anthemius 477 AD
Theoctistus 470/480 AD
Theognostus 482 AD
Pergamius 482 AD
Entrecitus 482/490 AD
Theodorus 487 AD
Arsenius 487 AD
Theodosius 516 AD
Flavius Strategius 518–523 AD
Zeno 527/848 AD
Dioscorus 535 AD
Rhodon 538 AD
Cyrus 631–640, 641–642 AD

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