گليكريوس

گليكريوس
Emperor of the
Western Roman Empire
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Solidus of Emperor Glycerius
العهد c. مارس 3, 473 – يونيو 474
سبقه Olybrius
تبعه Julius Nepos
Born c. 420
Died After 480 (aged 60)
Full name
(Flavius) Glycerius[1]

گليكريوس Glycerius الامبراطور الروماني الغربي من 473-474. Elevated by his Magister militum, Gundobad, Glycerius’ elevation was rejected by the court at Constantinople,[2][3] and he was ousted by Julius Nepos. He later served as the bishop of Salona in the early Catholic Church.

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الصعود للسلطة

الحكم

التهديدات القوطية

العلاقة مع الإمبراطورية الرومانية الشرقية

الإطاحة والموت

المصادر

  1. ^ Béranger, Jean, L'abdication de l'empereur romain, (Comptes-rendus des séances de l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, 1979, Vol. 123, No. 2), pgs. 357-379. However, the Prosopography of the Late Roman Empire does not mention the name Flavius for him, and it may not be contemporary.
  2. ^ Canduci, pg. 169
  3. ^ The mid-sixth-century historian Jordanes made it clear that as far as the eastern court was concerned, Nepos was the direct successor of Anthemius: "After Anthemius had been killed at Rome, Zeno, through his client Domitianus, named as emperor at Ravenna Nepotianus' son Nepos, who had been joined in marriage to his niece. Nepos, having taken legal possession of the Empire, deposed Glycerius, who had imposed himself upon the Empire in a tyrannical manner, and made him bishop of Salona in Dalmatia"

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وصلات خارجية

ألقاب ملكية
سبقه
Olybrius
الامبراطور الروماني الغربي تبعه
Julius Nepos