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Eugenius (303/304 A.D.)
Michael DiMaio, Jr.
Eugenius was a tribune of 500 soldiers that were stationed in Seleucia. In 303/4 the soldiers raised him to the purple and marched on Antioch. In the ensuing battle, Eugenius died.
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Kienast, Dietmar. Römische Kaisertabelle: Grundzüge einer römischen Kaiserchronologie, (Darmstadt, 1990) 266.
Seeck, O. "Eugenius (1)." RE 6.1: col. 986.
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Updated: 3 November 1996
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