Carus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a leader of the Celtiberi, 2nd century B.C.
The Celtiberi, led by (?) Carus, kill 6000 Roman soldiers in an ambus
(M. Aurelius Carus) - Roman emperor, 282-283 A.D.
→ Wikipedia entry
years - cons. 5 Carus, Carinus and Numerianus, jointly
Rome. Imperator Carus' victory over the Persians seemed
While they were talking, Carus and his sons tried to slip
year of the City, Carus of Narbo, the thirty-second
dissolute life in Dalmatia, where Carus had left him as Caesar.
Caesar Marcus Aurelius Carus and Marcus Aurelius Car
- in documents
(334-300) Herakleides Paktyes son of Karous son of Herakleide
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