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GLYCERIUS (Flavius) usurped the empire after the death of Olybrius (the son in law of Valentinian III.) A.D. 470, and the next year he was forced to abdicate, and content himself with the bishoprie of Salona, in Dalmatia.- Died about the year 480. On his coins, which are in |gold| and |silver|, of very great variety, he is styled D.N. GLYCERIVS P. F. AVG.

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