(Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Bassianus) a.d. 188–217, Roman emperor 211–217.
Historical Examples

Still, she knew that Caracalla respected her; for her sake, perhaps, he would spare her husband.
A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete Georg Ebers

The Baths of Caracalla and Diocletian had then their pillars and coating of marble.
The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy Jacob Burckhardt

If Caracalla tore it open, the papyrus and the writing might be damaged.
A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete Georg Ebers

Caracalla, Emperor, was visited by the ghost of his father Severus.
Real Ghost Stories William T. Stead

We went on to the baths of Caracalla, the largest ruins of Rome.
Pencillings by the Way N. Parker Willis

The Earl answered by a bon mot, and turned to a bust of Caracalla.
Eugene Aram, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton

But he knows his business; and what does Caracalla care for tradition or descent, for the murmurs and discontent of high or low?
A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete Georg Ebers

“No,” said Caracalla, sharply, and he bade him go about the business he had in hand.
A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete Georg Ebers

Remorse, however, fastened upon Caracalla, and the shade of Geta haunted him wherever he went.
A Smaller History of Rome William Smith and Eugene Lawrence

“And the perpetrator,” snarled Caracalla, listening with a scowl for the reply.
A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete Georg Ebers

real name Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, original name Bassianus. 188–217 ad, Roman emperor (211–17): ruled with cruelty and extravagance; assassinated


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