Taurinus

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This article is about the Roman usurper. For the saint of this name, see Saint Taurinus. For mathematician, see Franz Taurinus.

Taurinus (d. 232?) was a Roman usurper.

His was one of only two attempted uprisings against Alexander Severus. In the end he committed suicide and drowned himself in the Euphrates river.