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Car·a·cal·la

 (kăr′ə-kăl′ə) Originally Marcus Aurelius Antonius. ad 188-217.
Emperor of Rome (211-217). He is known for arranging the murder of his brother, Geta, and for extending Roman citizenship to all free inhabitants of the empire. He was assassinated during a campaign against Parthia.

Caracalla

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(Biography) real name Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, original name Bassianus. 188–217 ad, Roman emperor (211–17): ruled with cruelty and extravagance; assassinated

Car•a•cal•la

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n.
(Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Bassianus) A.D. 188–217, Roman emperor 211–217.
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