Flavius Victor

Reece Period attributed: Period 20

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Member of the House of Theodosius dynasty.

Coins for this issuer were issued from 387 until 388.

Flavius Victor was the son of Magnus Maximus. His father made him Augustus in 387 and left him in Gaul whilst invading Italy. After Maximus’ defeat, Flavius Victor was taken captive and executed.

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