Ancient Rome: Ancient Roman Emperor Septimius Severus, the Ancient Roman Empire Accepting and Celebrating Cultural Beliefs, Foreshortening Within Ancient Roman Artwork, the Portrait of Artemidorus Proving Multiculturalism in Ancient Rome, the Ancient Roman Painting Technique of Distemper, the Steps of Ancient Roman Painters, the Hot Springs of the Roman City of Bath, the Reason Ancient Rome Became Ruled by 4 Emperors, the Territory of the Ancient Roman Empire, Importing Carvings From Constantinople, the Symbolism of Facial Hair and No Facial Hair Within Roman Artwork, the Ancient Roman Porphyry Trade, and the Demise of the 4 Tetrarchs and Ancient Rome

Born to an aristocratic family in Leptis which is modern day Libya, Septimius Severus was a military man who forced his way to power and was proclaimed emperor in AD 193. Severus wasn’t truly a Roman as he was born in Northern Africa and married a Syrian. After Severus, an emperor could be proclaimed as a God during their own lifetime. The Roman Empire didn’t force its citizens to think, behave, and see the world in the same way, because as long as the people were loyal to the Roman state, they ...

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