History

The Roman emperor who was a trans woman

Bitter end: Elagabalus was murdered by his own soldiers and replaced with his cousin.

Is the past a foreign country? For hundreds of years, Roman emperor Elagabalus has been known as a man. But now some say he was actually a transgender woman.

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