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How Diocletian Ended Rome’s Crisis Of The Third Century P.1 | 281AD-290AD

Diocletian set out not to merely end Rome’s third century crisis, his reforms aimed to recreate the Roman Empire into his idealized vision.

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Emperor Diocletian’s rule not only proved definitive in extricating Rome from the Crisis of the Third Century, but his sweeping reforms served as the societal framework for numerous great powers in the European Middle Ages. Diocletian did not set out to merely end Rome’s third century debacle through his reforms, his single-minded aim was to do no less than recreate the Roman Empire into his idealized vision. 

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