Definition of Titus flavius sabinus vespasianus
1. Noun. 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; began the construction of the Colosseum (9-79).
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Literary usage of Titus flavius sabinus vespasianus
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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... we.re established by him TITUS, Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus, TITUS, Epistle to, one of the epistles of Saint Paul, stated to have been written to Titus, ..."
2. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1907)
"Titus (titus flavius sabinus vespasianus) (40-81 AD), Roman emperor; person and character, 6, 247-250, 254; Vespasian leaves to continue Jewish War, 6, 234; ..."
3. Catalogue of the Greek and Roman Coins in the Numismatic Collection of Yale by Yale University, Jonathan Edwards (1880)
"[titus flavius sabinus vespasianus, son of Vespasianus and Flavia Domitilla, born AD 40 ; Caesar and Princeps Juventutis AD 69; associated with Vespasian ..."
4. A Short History of Mediaeval Peoples: From the Dawn of the Christian Era to by Robinson Souttar (1907)
"titus flavius sabinus vespasianus, commonly called Titus, now succeeded to the throne, his age being thirty-eight years. His father, Vespasian, had been a ..."