Agesilaos Antik Sikkeler Nümzimatik

Roman Imperial Magnentius

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Magnentius, a comes of Franco-Britannic descent, rebelled on 18 January 350 in Augustodunum [Autun] against Constans, who was killed shortly thereafter following a failed escape to Spain. The revolt made a good start, as Britain, Spain, Africa and Northern Italy joined the cause in quick succession. However, resistance formed in the person of Vetranio, an elderly general in Sirmium, who at the instigation of Constantia, a sister of Constans and Constantius II, secured the loyalty of the Illyrian legions to the Constantinian dynasty. Meanwhile, Nepotian stirred up a pro-Christian revolt in Rome against the pagan usurper, which, albeit quickly crushed by Magnentius' magister officiorum Marcellinus, bought Constantius II the time he needed to conclude peace with the Sasanids and march to the west.

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Magnentius was defeated for the first time in the fierce Battle of Mursa Major on 28 September 351, and once again two years later in the Battle of Mons Seleucus in south-eastern Gaul. The usurper fled to nearby Lugdunum, where he committed suicide on 10 August 353.