Dates of Roman Emperors
|Septimius Severus 193-211|
|Claudius II 268-70 (Gothicus)|
|Diocletian 284-305 |
Tetrarchy 293: Diocletian, Maximian, Constantius Chlorus, Galerius
|From 305: Constantius Chlorus (died 306), Galerius, Severus, Maximin Daia. Constantine (died 337) acclaimed after Constantius: Maxentius' coup at Rome. Severus died 307. Licinius Augustus. Maximian died 310. Galerius died 311. Maxentius crushed by Constantine 312. Constantine and Licinius agreed on toleration at Milan 313. Licinius defeated by Constantine 324.|
|Constantine sole emperor 324-37 |
His three surviving sons:
Constantine II 337-40 in west; Constantius II in east; Constans Italy and Africa. Constans defeated and killed Constantine II 340, but was ousted and killed by Magnentius 350. Magnentius falls to Constantius (battle of Mursa 351) and takes his life 353. Gallus Caesar killed 354. Julian to Gaul 355-58. Constantius II died 3 November 361.
|Julian sole emperor 361-3|
|Valentinian I 364-75 (west); Valens 364-78 (east); Gratian co-emperor in west 367; murdered 383|
|Magnus Maximus' revolt 383-8, defeated near Aquileia.|
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Book title: The Church in Ancient Society: From Galilee to Gregory the Great.
Contributors: Henry Chadwick - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 2001.
Page number: 714.
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