Vespasian

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  • noun

Synonyms for Vespasian

Emperor of Rome and founder of the Flavian dynasty who consolidated Roman rule in Germany and Britain and reformed the army and brought prosperity to the empire

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The Emperor Vespasian was never quite the same after the day when a dog dropped a human hand on his chair at lunch.
Washington, August 13 (ANI): Italian archaeologists have found the summer villa of Roman Emperor Vespasian in the Sabine hill country northeast of Rome.
Founded around 72AD by the Emperor Vespasian, thousands of hapless gladiators got the thumbs-down here.
It was built by Emperor Vespasian over an ornamental lake belonging to the much-hated Emperor Nero as a way of restoring the land to ordinary Roman citizens.
Indeed, in the same edition in the On This Day column, you print: 'AD79 death of Roman Emperor Vespasian.
Second, the Emperor Vespasian wants Falco to go to Britain to sort out a cock-up at the building site.
Soon after its formation the city became the seat of the Roman praefecti; later, the emperor Vespasian (r.
The head looking upwards at the bottom of the sheet appears to have been copied after a bust of the Emperor Vespasian, either based upon an ancient prototype or a modern version, possibly from a set of busts of the Twelve Caesars.
Work started on this, the biggest of all the Roman amphitheatres, in AD 70 by order of the Emperor Vespasian - founder of the Flavian Dynasty.
Strict legislation was put in place by the Emperor Vespasian which made the sale of pulses in snack bars illegal.
Villa Reigns led the field into the straight but was soon passed by Emperor Vespasian , with Darat Al Ayam joining the fray.
A quarter of a century later, he would seize the throne as the Emperor Vespasian.
The coin, which has the head of Emperor Vespasian on it, dates back nearly 2,000 years.
As a result of Suetonius' brief account of Flavia Domitilla and her marriage to the future emperor Vespasian sometime during the
Washington, August 7 (ANI): Italian archaeologists have found the summer villa of Roman Emperor Vespasian in the Sabine hill country northeast of Rome.