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  • Mā̆crīnus: i, m., I the name of a man. I A friend of the poet Persius, Pers. 2, 1.— II A Roman emperor, Aus. Caes. 23. Măcrīnus,¹⁴ ī, m., nom d’homme :
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  • Aurelius Opilius, a physician, Plin. 28, 4, 7, § 38.— III M. Opilius Severus Macrinus, emperor of Rome, A. D. 218, Eutr. 8, 21. Opĭlĭus, ĭī, m., Aurélius
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  • September 208 – June 218) was the son of and co-ruler with Roman Emperor Macrinus. His mother was Nonia Celsa, whose name may be fictitious. Diadumenian
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  • September 208 – June 218) was the son of and co-ruler with Roman Emperor Macrinus. His mother was Nonia Celsa, whose name may be fictitious. Diadumenian
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  • September 208 – June 218) was the son of and co-ruler with Roman Emperor Macrinus. His mother was Nonia Celsa, whose name may be fictitious. Diadumenian
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  • 65, 5.— II Antoninus Diadumenus, a Roman emperor, son and successor of Macrinus; cf. Lampr. Anton. Diadum. 4.
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  • Măcellīnus: i, m. id., I an epithet of the emperor M. Opilius Macrinus, who killed his slaves in his own house, Capit. Macr. 13. Măcellīnus, ī, m. (macellum)
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