Hey there! In views that there's some "mistakes" in the content, I felt the need to clarify. That's the purpose of this extra page, or chapter...by the way, thank you Guest...

Whatever, first thing first, Mors is an actual god of Roman myth, personification of death and equivalent to Thanatos of the Greek pantheon...

Second, Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, later known as Elagabalus, had a name before being Caesar of the empire, and that name was Sextus Varius Avitus Bassianus, and I think for a god the birth name is way more important than a simple human frivolity such as changing your name after acquiring a new rank...to a god, to a father, and to anybody who knew of your existence before changing your name...it happens, even in real life...

Third, he was born somewhere around 203, and died in March, 222...that's around 19 years, the last 4 being the only ones he was emperor...

Fourth, indeed, it's a christian belief, catholic to be more specific...

Well, I think that's all, any other question, just ask; if I'm mistaken somewhere, illustrate me with a comment and this info can be easily found in Wikipedia

Anyways, thanks again for reading!