(redirected from Septimius Severus)
Also found in: Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Septimius Severus: Caracalla


 (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)


(səˈvɪər əs)

Lucius Septimius, a.d. 146–211, Roman emperor 193–211.
References in classic literature ?
Septimius Severus in despatch; Adeste si quid mihi restat agendum.
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.
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.
Other essays deal with the meaning of words relating to movement in Varro's De Lingua Latina, movement and space in Rome in Martial's Epigrams, the increasing tendency in the first century AD to have shop thresholds on the right-hand side, the location of carved game boards in the Forum Romanum and what that reveals about movement and visibility and construction traffic generated by the Arch of Septimius Severus.
It reflects the beliefs and cultural traditions of the late 180s, the show evokes the commonplace worship of the sun god and Julia's first meeting with her future husband, the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus.
Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, Pertinax, Didius Julianus, Septimius Severus.
Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna : Leptis Magna was enlarged and embellished by Septimius Severus, who was born there and later became emperor.
55: 'The poem is really in honour of Julia Domna, the Syrian wife of the Libyan (African) Emperor Septimius Severus.
the city became prominent when native son Septimius Severus was emperor of Rome between 193 and 211 A.