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, February 307 - 28 October 312 A.D.
, the son of Maximinian, was made in rebellion against . He invited his father, who had abdicated, to resume rule. Although declared a public enemy at the Conference of Carnutum, he ruled Italy until at the Battle of Milvian Bridge he fell and drowned in the . His army was defeated by Constantine.RL74570.
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