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The Men Who Followed Aurelian: Crisis Continues | 275AD-280AD

The men who followed Aurelian before Diocletian arrives barely kept Rome’s ship afloat, and only continued the Crisis of the Third Century.

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The small slew of emperors who followed Aurelian were mostly pieces of work – with one exception – and all but kept the ship afloat before the rise of the immense Diocletian. Indeed we found it important to cover the remaining half of the 270s with our prior focus purely on the five year accomplishments of Aurelian.

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