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Volusian

Emperor A.D 251 - 253

Volusianus was given the title of Caesar upon the accession of his father, Trebonianus Gallus, to the imperial throne of Rome. He was shortly promoted to emperor along with his father. They were both killed in A.D. 253 by mutinous troops who supported another contender for the throne, Aemilianus.


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