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Septimius Severus:

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(Lucius Septimius Severus) , 146–211, Roman emperor (193–211), b. Africa. He was campaigning in Pannonia and Illyria when the emperor Commodus was murdered.
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He was to leave the city by the Porta del Popolo, skirt the outer wall, and re-enter by the Porta San Giovanni; thus they would behold the Colosseum without finding their impressions dulled by first looking on the Capitol, the Forum, the Arch of Septimus Severus, the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, and the Via Sacra.
In sections on the emperor and justice, justice in a dispersed empire, and justice for all, 12 papers consider such topics as the Decreta and Imperiales Sententiae of Julius Paulus: law and justice of the judicial decisions of Septimus Severus, koinoi nomoi: Hadrian and the harmonization of local laws, substantive justice in provincial and Roman legal argument, and the spectacle of justice in the Roman Empire.
Along the road to Mount Nemrut you can visit two Roman bridges: The first is Septimus Severus Bridge, which is closed to vehicular traffic.
There's the Cyprus Museum in the capital, Nicosia, where a huge bronze statue of Roman emperor Septimus Severus was found in perfect condition by a farmer ploughing his field in 1929.
Later, she meets Lucius Septimus Severus, future Emperor of Rome, during the parade of his army in Homs.
Libya was in fact the homeland of the emperor Septimus Severus, who ruled the empire between 193 and 211 AD.
On my May visit to Diocletianopolis (today's Hisarya) I followed in the footsteps of the Emperor Septimus Severus who took seriously his responsibility to visit the troops on foreign postings and campaigns.
To stud at 5 years and dam of: Sakura Fubuki (1990f by Forty Niner; winner), Laabity (1991 c by Mr Prospector; winner), Limit (1992 c by Cox's Ridge; Listed winner, Gr3-placed), Pent (1993 f by Mr Prospector; unraced), Quarry (1994 c by Forty Niner; winner), Liable (1995 f by Seeking The Gold; Listed-placed winner), Elegant As Always (1997 f by Nashwan; unplaced), Septimus Severus (2000 c by Seeking The Gold; winner), Follow (2001 f by Seeking The Gold; winner), Soar With Eagles (2003 c by Kingmambo; Gr2-placed winner), Archipenko (2004 c by Kingmambo; Gr2 winner).
Built in the third century by the Emperor Septimus Severus and conceived on an epic scale, Leptis was buried in desert sand for 1,500 years.
As the Roman Empire took hold during the reign of Septimus Severus around 200 BC, enough Punic was still spoken and sufficient Phoenician gods worshipped to show a lingering influence in later construction.
Another slab records the dedication of a new granary by the Emperor Septimus Severus and his two sons, Caracalla and Geta, while they were in the North for their campaign into Scotland.
Eosander doubled the palace in size and added its famous west gate, modelled on the triumphal arch of Septimus Severus; in 1824 Schinkel created new apartments for the future Frederick William IV, and in 1845-53 a large domed octagonal chapel was added, which was for nearly a century the highest building in the city.