POLITICIAN

Carinus

250 - 285

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Marcus Aurelius Carinus (died 285) was Roman emperor from 283 to 285. The elder son of emperor Carus, he was first appointed Caesar and in the beginning of 283 co-emperor of the western portion of the empire by his father. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Carinus has received more than 489,628 page views. His biography is available in 50 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 46 in 2019). Carinus is the 1,734th most popular politician (down from 1,720th in 2019).

Carinus was a Roman emperor from 282 to 285. He was the second son of Carus, a military commander who served as co-emperor with his father from 282 to 283.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Carinus ranks 1,734 out of 15,710Before him are Hor-Aha, Urho Kekkonen, Magnus IV of Sweden, Djet, Emperor Wen of Han, and Kubrat. After him are Constans, Henry, King of Portugal, William V, Prince of Orange, Maria II of Portugal, Zhengde Emperor, and Jehoash of Judah.

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Among people born in 250, Carinus ranks 12Before him are Lactantius, Pope Miltiades, Saint Maurice, Pope Marcellinus, Pope Alexander I of Alexandria, and Pope Eusebius. After him are Postumus, Tetricus I, Hormizd I, Bahram I, Bahram II, and Chandragupta I. Among people deceased in 285, Carinus ranks 1After him is Sabinus Julianus.

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