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Severus

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noun

Lucius Sep·tim·i·us [sep-tim-ee-uhs], /sɛpˈtɪm i əs/, a.d. 146–211, Roman emperor 193–211.

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Severus
/ (sɪˈvɪərəs) /

noun

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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