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April 25    Scripture

People - Ancient Rome: Pertinax
Born Publius Helvius Pertinax, he was Roman Emperor for three months from 192 to 193.

Pertĭnax in Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities A Roman emperor who ruled from January 1 to March 28, A.D. 193, having been reluctantly persuaded to accept the Empire on the death of Commodus. But having attempted to check the license of the Praetorian Guards, he was slain by the latter, who then put up the Empire for sale. See Capitolin. Pertinax; and Krakauer, Commodus und Pertinax (Breslau, 1883).
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.04.0062:alphabetic+letter%3DP:entry+group%3D10:entry%3Dpertinax-harpers


Pertinax in Roman Biography Per'ti-nax, (Helvius,) a Roman emperor, born at Alba Pompeia, on the Tanaro, in 126 a.d., was a son of a dealer in charcoal. He was a teacher of grammar before he entered the army. As prefect of a cohort, he served with distinction against the Parthians. He was admitted into the senate, and obtained command of a legion in the reign of Marcus Aurelius. In 179 A.D. he was consul. He suppressed a mutiny in Britain in the reign of Commodus, and was proclaimed emperor by the senate at the death of Commodus, in January, 193 A.p. Bv the announcement of important reforms, and his efforts to restore discipline, he made enemies among the courtiers and praetorians, who murdered him in his palace in March, 193 a.d. See Capitounus, "Pertinax;" Dion Cassius, "History of Rome :" Gibbon, " Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire."
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Pertinax in Wikipedia Publius Helvius Pertinax (1 August 126 28 March 193), commonly known as Pertinax, was Roman Emperor for three months from 192 to 193. He is known as the first emperor of the tumultuous Year of the Five Emperors. Upon his death he was succeeded by Didius Julianus, whose reign was similarly short-lived...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pertinax


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