KARIN Marcus Aurelius( Roman Emperor)
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Karin Marcus Aurelius - Roman emperor in 283-285 years. + 285 g. Kara Son.
Having become the Emperor. Kar proclaimed Caesars sons, Karina and Numerian, and going to the Persian campaign, left Karina manage Gaul, Italy, Illyricum and Africa. According Vopiska, Karin was a man of notoriety to a greater extent than anyone else - adulterer, often corrupts the youth, and he himself enjoyed the bad qualities of their gender. He disgraced himself with untold evils and covered an incredible shame. Best friends, he referred to, and all the most vile of people singled out and kept to himself. He filled the Palace mimes, harlots, pantomime, singers and pimps (Vopisk: 'Kar, Karin and Numerian'; 16-18). Some he put to death because they do not praise its beauty, others for what were unwilling to wonder what he wanted when he was still the former adolescent, recited, and some were killed for being laughed once in his presence ( Eunapius: 4). Upon learning that his father was killed by lightning, and brother slain Apsom and that Augustus proclaimed Diocletian, Karin hurried to Illyricum. Here he defeated Sabine Juliana, who also tried to seize power, and collided with Diocletian near Marga. In this battle, he succeeded, but at the time, when pursued fleeing, was killed by his own soldiers. The fact that he was unable to cope with his lust, took away the soldiers and their wives. He was killed by outraged husbands (Victor: "O Caesar '; 39). He cut down the direct participation of the forum, the wife whom he had defiled (Victor: 'On the life and morals of the Roman emperors', 38).