Numerian( Roman Emperor)
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Numerian, Marcus Aurelius - Roman emperor in 283-285 years. + 285 g. Kara Son. Having become an emperor in 282 g., Kar proclaimed his sons, Karina and Numerian, Caesar. Numerian was accompanied by his father in the Persian expedition. He had an excellent moral character and was really worthy of imperial power. Said that he was even a mark of talent - was a good orator and a poet. After his father's death he began to hurt my eyes. On the way back from Persia, was carried in a stretcher, and this time he was killed by supporters of his father-Apra, who tried to seize the emperor's fall. For many days asking about the health of the Emperor, and in April at the gathering said that he can not see, because he harbored his aching eyes from wind and sun. However, due to the smell of a corpse case revealed. Then everyone rushed to Apra, whose plot could no longer remain a secret, placed him under arrest, and was proclaimed emperor Diocletian (Vopisk: 'Kar, Karin and Numerian'; 11-13).