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Götterangleichungen und -attributübernahmen der kaiserlichen Familie

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This chapter presents the concepts relevant to Gods adjustments and attribute that took the imperial family. Examining visual evidence of the religious representation of the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus, the book offers a new look at the identity of a Roman Emperor originating in North Africa. Septimius Severus came from a knightly family from Lepcis Magna in Africa Proconsularis. For all Deities, especially in the research with far-reaching consequences discussed Sol and Serapis are consider to be, whether any categorization as traditional is true. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: imperial family; Septimius Severus



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