Romans Beginning With the Letter S
Sallust was a Roman historian.
Gaius Mucius earned the name Scaevola 'left-handed' when he lost his right hand to Lars Porsena's fire in a show of intimidating will power.
Scipio Africanus or Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus Major (236-183 B.C.) is the Roman commander who defeated Hannibal at the Battle of Zama in the Second Punic War and allowed Rome to win the war.
Lucius Aelius Seianus (Sejanus) was the most important figure in Rome under the Emperor Tiberius.
Septimius Severus is called the first of the soldier emperors of Rome.
Servius Tullius, the sixth king of Rome was a reformer and builder. Here are some of what are considered his main contributions to ancient Rome.
Severus II was an emperor of Rome during the tetrarchy started by Emperor Diocletian.
Statius was a first century Roman who wrote Silver Age Latin poetry.
Stilicho was an important high-ranking military leader during the late Roman Empire who insinuated himself into the Imperial family.
Stilicho was a Roman general whose father was a Vandal.
Ancient Romans - S
Famous ancient Romans whose names begin with the letter S.
'A Suetonius Reader'
Notes and a quick review of Josiah Osgood's 'A Suetonius Reader.'
Glossary entry on the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus.
Quintus Sertorius was a Roman, but also the leader of the Lusitanians against the Romans.