Maximian


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Noun1.Maximian - Roman Emperor from 286 until he abdicated in 305; when Diocletian divided the Roman Empire in 286 Maximian became emperor in the west (died in 311)
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Among their topics are an emperor for all seasons: Maximian and the transformation of his political representation, Constantine's son Crispus and his image in contemporary panegyrical accounts, the Constantinians' return to the West: Julian's depiction of Constantius II in Oration 1, Valentinian as portrayed by Ammianus: a kaleidoscopic image, and Claudian Stilicho at the urbs: Roman legitimacy for the half-barbarian regent.
Much like Hostilia, a woman named Theodora sent a libellus to the emperors Diocletian and Maximian addressing a situation that appalled the aristocracy in terms of social status and sexual relations.
(82) Martyred in Nicomedia by the Emperors Diocletian and Maximian in the early fourth century.
Trad & Maximian (2009) carried out quantitative analysis of the critical success factors of Six Sigma programs, which highlights the importance of leadership, training, communication and review, management process, profile of the Black Belt's, teamwork and of previous initiatives on quality.
By the decree of Roman emperor Maximian, his contingent of 6,600 men was dispatched to Gaul and ordered to suppress a Christian uprising there.
In our view, the general interpretation of the building of Cercadilla is correct except for a couple of details: the very short time frame proposed for its construction (296-297), and its consideration as imperial palace for Maximian Herculius in the context of his North African campaign (37).
It is thought the coins, which feature emperors Constantine and Maximian, may have been used to pay soldiers or civil servants.
The co-emperors Diocletian and Maximian have resigned, appointing a new and unfamiliar Caesar to rule over Britain and Gaul.
Near this site in 286, according to legend, Felix and his sister Regula were beheaded for refusing to offer sacrifice to Roman Emperor Maximian. As Christians, they could honor none but the one true God.