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Flavius Victor
as Augusustus (Co-Usurper in the Western Roman Empire)  AD 387 - 388

Flavius Victor (AD ? - 388),
Son of Magnus Maximus

AD 387 - 388 - co-Augustus with his tather Magnus Maximus
Paralel ruleres of the Eastern Roman Empire:
Theodosius I (AD 379 - 395)
Arcadius (AD 383 - 408)

Flavius Victor was proclaimed co-Augustus by his father, Maximus in 384 while still an infant. When Maximus invaded Italy in 387, he left Victor in Germany under the care of the generals Quintinus and Nannienus. After Maximus' defeat Victor was murdered by Arbogastes, the Frankish magister militum of the West.

Mints: Aquileia, Arelate, Lugdunum, Mediolanum, Trier.

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