This page relates to the year 193 Calendrier Julien.
- January 1st - March 28th: Reign of Pertinax, Roman Emperor.
- Pertinax must, for lack of money, to suspend the work of the food institutions brought into service under Trajan. He endeavors to reorganize the finances put at evil under Commode and to restore the discipline in the army, which causes the anger of the Praetorian ones.
- March 28th:
- Assassinat of Helvius Pertinax by the Praetorian ones, which puts the empire at the biddings between the prefect of Rome Sulpicianus and Didius Julianus. The empire is repurchased by Didius Julianus.
- Reign of Didius Julianus, Roman Emperor (fine on June 1st).
- April 9th: Revolt Septime Sévère, governor of Carnuntum, in higher Pannonia (proclaimed in Illyrie).
- April: Revolts of the legate of Syria Pescennius Niger and Clodius Albinus, legate of Brittany.
- June: Beginning of the Severe reign of Septime, Roman Emperor. (end in 211)
- Septime Sévère goes on Rome. Julianus, given up by the Praetorian ones, is put at died on order of Septime Sévère (June 1st), which enters triumphantly Rome (June 9th). He faces then his two candidates, Pescennius Niger in the East and Clodius Albinus in Brittany. Albinus is associated with the capacity with the title of César, which makes it possible Septime Sévère to carry out the war in the East against Pescennius Niger (193 - 194).
- Before even entering Rome, Septime Sévère avenges death for Pertinax by disarming and laying off the Praetorian Garde. The Praetorian ones, until recruited there in Italy, from now on will be taken among the provincial legions, partially the Danubian legions.
- Appearance of workshops of counterfeiters in the Roman Empire.
- Beginning of the apogee of the Tunisia under the Severe ones. (end in 235)
Births in 193
Death in 193
Map-bms: 193 Simple: 193
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