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210

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211

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212

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213

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  • Cao Cao, the prime minister of the Han dynasty, is titled Wei Gong (Duke of Wei) and given a fief of ten cities under his domain. This later becomes the Kingdom of Wei.

214

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215

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  • Caracalla's troops massacre the population of Alexandria, Egypt, beginning with the leading citizens. The emperor is angry about a satire, produced in Alexandria, mocking his claim that he killed Geta in self-defense.
  • Caracalla introduces a new coin, the Antoninianus. The weight of this coin is a mere 1/50 of a pound. Copper disappears gradually, and by the middle of the third century, with Rome's economy in crisis, the Antonianus will be the only official currency.
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216

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217

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218

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Commerce[edit]
  • The silver content of the Roman denarius falls to 43 percent under emperor Elagabalus, down from 50 percent under Septimius Severus, as he empties the treasury with his excesses while his grandmother, Julia Maesa, rules the Empire.


219

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Significant people[edit]

Births[edit]

  • Marcus Aurelius Valerius Claudius, better known as Claudius Gothicus. Born in 210, he would eventually become a Roman emperor.
  • Marcus Aurelius Claudius Quintillus, better known as Quintillus. Born c. 212, he would eventually become a Roman emperor.
  • Marcus Aemilius Aemilianus, better known as Aemilianus. Born c. 207 or c. 213 (the primary sources on the subject are contradictory to each other), he would eventually become a Roman emperor.
  • Lucius Domitius Aurelianus, better known as Aurelian. Born in 214 or 215, he would eventually become a Roman emperor.
  • Publius Licinius Egnatius Gallienus, better known as Gallienus. Born c. 218, he would eventually become a Roman emperor.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ p41 Foot-Ball: Its History for Five Centuries, by Montague Shearman and James E. Vincent (Field & Tuer, 1885) p41
  2. ^ Marion von Adlerstein, The Penguin Book Of Etiquette (Penguin UK, 2007)