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Conflict with Carinus

Post by Guest on Sat Sep 25, 2010 12:35 pm

After his accession, Diocletian and Lucius Caesonius Bassus[26] were named as consuls.[27] They assumed the fasces in place of Carinus and Numerianus. Bassus was a member of a Campanian senatorial family, a former consul and a proconsul of Africa. He had been chosen by Probus for signal distinction.[28] He was a man skilled in areas of government where Diocletian, presumably, had no experience.[19] Diocletian's elevation of Bassus as consul symbolized his rejection of Carinus' government in Rome, his refusal to accept second-tier status to any other emperor,[28] and his willingness to continue the long-standing collaboration between the empire's senatorial and military aristocracies.[19] It also tied his success to that of the Senate, whose support he would need in an advance on Rome.[28]





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