Valerianus   - in ancient sources @

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  Valerianus   (P. Licinius Valerianus) - Roman emperor, 253-259 A.D.
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  + Valerian
ExcBarb_48B   ons. 7 Aemilianus, Valerianus and Galerianus, jointly for
Festus:Brev_23   of the unfortunate princeps Valerian. After the army
Julian:Caes_313   a woman. Seeing Valerianus, Silenus cried, "Who is this
Oros_7.22   to remember. As soon as Valerian had seized the throne, he
SelPap_1.5   aesars Publius Licinnius Valerianus and Publius Licin

Valerianussee Crispinus2

Valerianussee Gallienus

Valerianussee Saloninus

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