Egnatius Lucillianus (c. 210 – aft. 244) was a governor of Britannia Inferior at Eboracum, a province of Britannia some time between 238 and 244.
It has been speculated that he was the father of Egnatius Lucillus, a Roman senator who was appointed Consul Ordinarius in AD 265.
Epigraphic Evidence of Egnatius Lucilianus being Governor of Britannia Inferior
Egnatius Lucilianus was been involved in the rebuilding and expansion of the fort at Durham along with his predecessor, Maecilius Fuscus:
LONGOVICIVM (Lanchester, Durham; RIB 1091; dated: 238-244AD)
IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS P F AVG BALNEVM CVM BASILICA A SOLO INSTRVXIT PER EGN LVCILIANVM LEG AVG PR PR CVRANTE M AVR QVIRINO PREF COH I L GOR ”
For the emperor Caesar Marcus Antoninus Gordianus Pius Felix Augustus, the bath-house and the basilica were built from the ground-up during (the governorship) of Egnatius Lucilianus, pro-praetorian legate of the emperor, under the direction of Marcus Aurelius Quirinus, prefect of Gordian’s First Cohort of Lingones”.
He also mentioned on a dedication at Bremenium, today High Rochester:
BREMENIVM (High Rochester, Northumberland; RIB 1262; altarstone; dated: 238-241AD)
G D N ET SIGNORVM COH I VARDVLL ET N EXPLORATOR BREM GOR EGNAT LVCILIANVS LEG AVG PR PR CVRANTE CASSIO SABINIANO TRIB
To the Genius of Our Lord, and to the Standards of Cohors Primae Vardullorum and the Company of Scouts from Bremenium, Gordius Egnatius Lucilianus, pro-praetorian legate of the Emperor, ordered that the tribune Cassius Sabinianus (should set this up).