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Tetricus II

Gallic Secessionist Caesar A.D. 270 - 273

Tetricus II was the son of Tetricus I. He was made Caesar at the time of his father's elevation to the throne. Tetricus II abdicated in favor of Aurelian along with his father in A. D. 273. Aurelian mercifully allowed both the Tetrici to live and even gave them magistracies in his own government


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