Marcus Aurelius (disambiguation)

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Marcus Aurelius was a name used by men from gens Aurelia. The most famous members were the Roman Emperors from the Nerva–Antonine dynasty (among them Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, who is known in English world as just Marcus Aurelius) to Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maxentius Augustus (Maxentius) of Diocletian's Tetrarchy.

People in Ancient Rome[edit]

Roman emperors[edit]

The Nerva-Antonines[edit]

  • Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus (Marcus Aurelius, reigning March 7, 161 AD – March 17, 180 AD), adopted son of Antoninus Pius, formerly known as Marcus Annius Catilius Severus or Marcus Catilius Severus, then Marcus Annius Verus, then Marcus Aelius Aurelius Verus Caesar;
  • Caesar Marcus Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Augustus (Commodus, reigning 177 AD – December 31, 192 AD), son of Marcus Aurelius, previously known as Lucius Aurelius Commodus, then Caesar Lucius Aurelius Commodus, then Caesar Lucius Aurelius Commodus Augustus, then Caesar Lucius Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Augustus, later known as Caesar Lucius Aelius Aurelius Commodus Augustus;

The Severans[edit]

  • Caesar Marcus Aurelius Severus Antoninus Pius Augustus (Caracalla, reigning 198 AD – April 8, 217 AD), son of Septimius Severus, previously known as Lucius Septimus Bassianus, then Marcua Aurelius Antoninus Caesar, then Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus;
  • Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus (Elagabalus, reigning June 8, 218 AD – March 11, 222 AD), illegitimate son of Caracalla, formerly known as Varius Avitus Bassianus;
  • Marcus Aurelius Severus Alexander Augustus (Severus Alexander, reigning March 13, 222 AD – March 18, 235 AD), cousin of Elagabalus, formerly known as Marcus Julius Gessius Bassianus Alexianus, then Caesar Marcus Aurelius Alexander;

The Barracks emperors[edit]

The Tetrarchs[edit]

Other Romans[edit]

Aurelii Cottae
Aurelii Scauri
Aurelii Fulvi
  • Marcus Aurelius T. f. Fulvus Antoninus, son of Antoninus Pius, d. before 138.

People in other countries[edit]

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