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 (sə-vîr′əs), Lucius Septimius ad 146-211.
Emperor of Rome (193-211) who expanded the role of the military and reformed the judicial system. He died during a campaign in Britain.


(Biography) Lucius Septimius (sɛpˈtɪmɪəs). 146–211 ad, Roman soldier and emperor (193–211). He waged war successfully against the Parthians (197–202) and spent his last years in Britain (208–211)


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Lucius Septimius, a.d. 146–211, Roman emperor 193–211.
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Septimius Severus in despatch; Adeste si quid mihi restat agendum.
Agricola, in the 1st century AD, built the roads while Antonine's troops in the early 2nd century AD, built the wall that bears his name and finally there was the Emperor Septimius Severus in the early third century AD.
A person from a minority background has not featured on legal tender in the British Isles since the Roman Empire, when Emperor Septimius Severus, who was of north African origin, appeared on coins.
For several years from 193 AD, the political leader of the Roman Empire, Septimius Severus, then the heart of the 'Western world', and the spiritual leader, Pope Victor I, were both North Africans.
Septimius Severus's advice to his sons was, "Live in harmony, enrich the soldiers, and despise everyone else" (Ibid 69).
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Colossi of Memnon -- Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia CAIRO - 25 January 2018: Their singing and twittering filled the sky centuries ago, until their voices stopped due to renovation works done by Roman Emperor Septimius Severus (193-211).
Among the titles are Wedding Ode in Honor of Stella and Violentilla, the Tree of Atedius Melior, the Hercules at Surrentum, Ode to Septimius Severus, and Lament for His Father.
One particularly aggressive proponent of centuriation was Emperor Septimius Severus, who ruled from AD 192 to 211 and whose 400,000-man army was spread across an empire of 70 million people, from the Atlantic to the eastern shores of the Black Sea and from northern England to southern Egypt.
The transition from the micro to the macro, from coins to monumental statuary, came about after the numismatist Alan Walker called him out of the blue one day in New York and asked him if he wanted to see a bust of Septimius Severus ('the first emperor to hail from Africa, and mocked in the Senate for his rustic accent').
South Florida) explores how Roman emperor Septimius Severus (145-211) used the image of Julia Domna to negotiate ideologies within the popular and ruling classes.