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Diocletian (284—305)

Constantine I (c. 274—337) Roman emperor



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‘general’, a title informally applied to republican commanders-in-chief and some emperors, but used more precisely from the Severan period of officers who commanded a ‘task force’ of detachments. Diocletian made ...

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