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An·to·ni·nus Pi·us

 (ăn′tə-nī′nəs pī′əs) ad 86-161.
Emperor of Rome (138-161) who was the adopted son and successor of Hadrian.

Antoninus Pius

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(Biography) 86–161 ad, emperor of Rome (138–161); adopted son and successor of Hadrian

Antoni′nus Pi′us

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A.D. 86–161, emperor of Rome 138–161.
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