Julia Avita Mamaea

180 AD - 235 AD

Julia Avita Mamaea or Julia Mamaea was a Syrian noble woman and a Roman empress of the Severan dynasty. She was the mother of Roman emperor Alexander Severus and remained one of his chief advisors throughout his reign. She was killed in 235 by rebel soldiers along with her son.
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