Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Back down to Four Emperors - History Books Review Colin Sanders

Do you have trouble with your father-in-law?  Probably not as much as Constantine did with his.  
Constantine's father-in-law was Maximium who had previously been an emperor himself and itched to get back to the role.  And he very nearly succeeded.  Colin takes us through the fall out from the resignation of Diocletian and manages to keep up with the large number of emperors, though thankfully the numbers are dropping.

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