Maximinus

[diplomat] Maximinus was a 5th-century East Roman official, serving as ambassador to Attila the Hun and as a senior minister at Constantinople. Maximinus was lieutenant of Ardaburius in the Roman–Persian war in 422. In 448, Theodosius II (r. 408–450) sent him to Attila; Orestes and Edicon, the Hunnic ambassadors at Constantinople, retur...
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Maximinus

first soldier who rose through the ranks to become Roman emperor (235–238). His reign marked the beginning of a half century of civil war in the ... [2 related articles]
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Maximinus

Caius Julius Verus Maximinus was a Roman emperor. The son of a peasant of Thrace. He entered the Roman army under Septimus Severus before 210, and gradually rose in rank until, on the death of Alexander Severus, he caused himself to be proclaimed emperor, in 235 AD. He was successful in his German campaigns, but his acts of barbarity and tyranny pr...
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