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Ves·pa·sian(vĕs-pā′zhən, -zhē-ən) Originally Titus Flavius Vespasianus. ad 9-79.
Emperor of Rome (69-79) who brought prosperity to the empire, reformed the army, was a patron of the arts, and began the building of the Colosseum.
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(Biography) Latin name Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus. 9–79 ad, Roman emperor (69–79), who consolidated Roman rule, esp in Britain and Germany. He began the building of the Colosseum
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Ves•pa•sian(vɛˈspeɪ ʒən, -ʒi ən)
(Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus), A.D. 9–79, Roman emperor 70–79.
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|Noun||1.||Vespasian - Emperor of Rome and founder of the Flavian dynasty who consolidated Roman rule in Germany and Britain and reformed the army and brought prosperity to the empire; began the construction of the Colosseum (9-79)|
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