Flavius Studius

Ruins of the Monastery of Stoudios

Flavius Studius (fl. 5th century) was a statesman of the Eastern Roman Empire.

He served as consul in 454 together with Flavius Aetius, and in 464 he was raised to the rank of patricius.

He was a devout Christian and in 463 in Constantinople founded Saint John the Forerunner monastery – Studion.[1]


  1. Rainer Albertz, "Kult, Konflikt und Versöhnung: Beiträge zur kultischen Sühne" in Religiösen, sozialen und politischen Auseinandersetzungen des antiken Mittelmeerraumes: Veröffentlichungen des AZERKAVO/SFB 493, p. 301
Political offices
Preceded by
Flavius Rufius Opilio,
and Iohannes Vincomalus
Consul of the Roman Empire
with Flavius Aetius
Succeeded by
Flavius Placidus Valentinianus Augustus VIII,
and Procopius Anthemius

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