Antoninus pius

a.d. 86–161, emperor of Rome 138–161.
Historical Examples

Antoninus Pius made a similar establishment for poor girls, which after his consort were called puell Faustinian1101.
A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume II (of 2) Johann Beckman

Antoninus is meant, as Hadrian was succeeded by Antoninus Pius.
The Roman History of Ammianus Marcellinus Ammianus Marcellinus

Antoninus Pius died in 161, and Marcus assumed the imperial state.
Meditations Marcus Aurelius

A better guardian than Antoninus Pius could not be conceived.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 6 Various

Antoninus Pius, one of the very best of the Roman emperors, when his beloved Faustina died, took a concubine.
Roman Women Alfred Brittain

Alto-reliefs from an arch which stood in the Corso in honour of Antoninus Pius.
Rambles in Rome S. Russell Forbes

From this time nothing worthy of attention is related, until Antoninus Pius carried on so many wars by his generals.
Old English Chronicles Various

The plan of the building is rectangular, and it is of the time of Antoninus Pius.
Rambles in Rome S. Russell Forbes

The long reign of Antoninus Pius is one of those happy periods that have no history.
Seekers after God Frederic William Farrar

These baths may possibly be the lavacrum Ostiense of Antoninus Pius.
Old Rome Robert Burn

86–161 ad, emperor of Rome (138–161); adopted son and successor of Hadrian


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