Numerianus   - in ancient sources @

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  Numerianus   (M. Aurelius Numerius Numerianus) - Roman emperor, 283-284 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
ExcBarb_48B   Carus, Carinus and Numerianus, jointly for 2 and a half
Oros_7.24   his sons Carinus and Numerianus as co-rulers, Carus made
Oros_7.25   hand Aper, the murderer of Numerianus. He next defeated Carinus in
SelPap_2.307   imi, and Marcus Aurelius Numerianus, the most eminent
SelPap_2.426   rded it as ordered. Year 2 {of Numerianus}, Pachon 26.

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