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Calocaerus (333/334 A.D.)
Michael DiMaio, Jr.
In 333/334 A.D., on the island of Cyprus, the Magister pecoris camelorum Calocaerus revolted and took up the purple. He was defeated by Dalmatius the Censor. The usurper and his accomplices were tried and executed at Tarsus in Cilicia.
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Updated: 19 October 1996
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