Aurelian

His successes were instrumental in ending the Roman Empire`s Crisis of the Third Century, earning him the title Restitutor Orbis or `Restorer of the World`. Although Domitian was the first Emperor who had demanded to be officially hailed as dominus et deus (master and god), these titles never occurred in written form on official documents until......
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Aurelian

(c.AD 215-275) Roman emperor 270-75. A successful soldier, he was proclaimed emperor by his troops on the death of Claudius II. He campaigned on the Danube and...
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Aurelian

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the aurelia. • (n.) An amateur collector and breeder of insects, esp. of butterflies and moths; a lepidopterist.
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Aurelian

[entomology] Aurelian is an archaic word for lepidopterist, one who is interested in butterflies. The term is derived from aurelia, meaning chrysalis, and relates to the golden color it may attain just before the butterfly emerges; the Latin word for gold is aurum. ==Aurelian Societies== Aurelian societies were formed several times in Brita...
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Aurelian

Au·re'li·an adjective Of or pertaining to the aurelia.
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Aurelian

Aurelian (Lucius Domitius Aurelianus) (ôrē'lēun) , c.212–275, Roman emperor (270–75). Rising in the ranks, he became consul under Valerian. He succeeded Claudius II, whose victory over the Goths had begun the territorial rehabilitation of the empire. Aurelian conced...
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Aurelian

Roman emperor 270–75. A successful soldier, he was proclaimed emperor by his troops on the death of Claudius II. He campaigned on the Danube and then defeated a large raid into Italy mounted by the Alamanni and Juthungi. He moved east and captured Queen Zenobia of Palmyra (now Tadmur, Syria) by the end of 272, destroying Palmyra itself in 273.......
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Aurelian

Roman emperor from 270 to 275. By reuniting the empire, which had virtually disintegrated under the pressure of invasions and internal revolts, he ... [6 related articles]
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