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Severus is the name of various historical and fictional figures, including:
- Emperors of the roman empire
- Septimius Severus (145–211), Roman emperor from 193 to 211 (rarely known as Severus I.)
- Severus Caracalla (188–217), Roman emperor from 198 to 217;
- Severus Alexander (208–235), Roman emperor from 222 to 235
- Valerius Severus, Roman emperor in the tetrarchy from 306 to 307 (rarely known as Severus II.)
- Libius Severus, Roman emperor from 461 to 465 (rarely known as Severus III.)
- Other individuals
- Quintus Varius Severus, Roman politician from the late Republic.
- Aulus Caecina Severus, Roman general and politician.
- Claudius Severus, leader of the Helvetii in 69.
- Cornelius Severus, Roman epic poet in Augustan age.
- Sextus Julius Severus, 2nd-century Roman general.
- Severus, founder of the gnostic sect Severian Encratites.
- Gaius Claudius Severus, Roman senator and consul in 112.
- Lucius Catilius Severus Julianus Claudius Reginus, consul in 120.
- Gaius Septimius Severus Aper, Roman Aristocrat.
- Tiberius Claudius Severus Proculus, Roman senator and consul in 200.
- Gnaeus Claudius Severus, Roman consul in 235.
- Marcus Julius Philippus Severus Augustus (238–249), Roman co-emperor (247–249) with his father Philip the Arab
- Severus of Barcelona (died c. 304), a legendary Bishop of Barcelona.
- Valerius Severus (died 307), Roman Emperor from 306 to 307
- Severus of Ravenna (c. 308–c. 348), bishop of Ravenna.
- Sulpicius Severus (c. 363–c. 425), a Christian writer and native of Aquitania in modern-day France.
- Severus of Reims, bishop of Reims from 394 to 400.
- Saint Severus of Novempopulania (died 407), beheaded by Visigoths.
- Severus of Naples (died 409), a bishop of Naples during the 4th and 5th centuries.
- Libius Severus (420–465), Roman Emperor from 461 to 465.
- Severus of Antioch or Saint Severus the Great (465–518), a Greek monk and theologian, and Patriarch of Antioch.
- Severus of Menorca, 5th-century AD Christian bishop of Menorca.
- Severus II bar Masqeh (died 681), Patriarch of Antioch.
- Severus of Avranches (died c. 690), a French peasant who became Bishop of Avranches.
- Severus Ibn al-Muqaffaʿ (died 987), Coptic bishop and historian.
- Fictional characters
- Severus Snape, character in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling
- Captain Severus, captain of the Ultramarines 2nd company during its mission to Mithron in Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie
- Severo (disambiguation), Italian and Spanish derivative
- Sawiris (disambiguation), Egyptian/Arabic derivative
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