Elagabalus
Greek Heliogabalus biographical name 204-222 Roman emperor (218-222)

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  • ELAGABALUS — sive Alagabalus, nomen Soli ab Emessenis datum: pro quo Graeci ac Romani, ut vox ea quodammodo barbariem exueret, Heliogabalus dicere maluêrunt: imo et Ε῾λαιαγάβαλος pro eo apud Herodian. legas. Eum autem Solem esse, indicant tum Dio et Herodian …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Elagabălus — Elagabălus, so v.w. Heliogabel …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Elagabălus — Elagabălus, röm. Kaiser, s. Heliogabalus …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Elagabalus — [el΄ə gab′ə ləs] (born Varius Avitus Bassianus) A.D. 205? 222; Rom. emperor (218 222) …   English World dictionary

  • Elagabalus — Infobox Roman emperor title = Emperor of the Roman Empire name = Elagabalus full name = Varius Avitus Bassianus (from birth to accession); Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus (as emperor) caption = Bust of Elagabalus, from the Capitoline… …   Wikipedia

  • Elagabalus — Elagabal Kapitolinische Museen Elagabal (* 204 wahrscheinlich in Rom[1]; † 11. März 222 in Rom), war vom 16. Mai 218 bis zu seiner Ermordung römischer Kaiser. U …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Elagabalus — /el euh gab euh leuhs, ee leuh /, n. Heliogabalus. * * * or Heliogabalus officially Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus orig. Varius Avitus Bassianus born 204, Emesa, Syria died 222 Roman emperor (218–22) notable for his eccentric behaviour …   Universalium

  • Elagabalus — El•a•gab•a•lus [[t]ˌɛl əˈgæb ə ləs, ˈi lə [/t]] n. anh big Heliogabalus …   From formal English to slang

  • Elagabalus —    Known also as Heliogabalos, a sun god who was worshipped at Emesa as a variant of Baal. His image was a black stone …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

  • Elagabalus — /ɛləˈgæbələs/ (say eluh gabuhluhs), /ilə / (say eeluh ) noun → Heliogabalus …   Australian English dictionary

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