When the deathly ill emperor Diocletian abdicated in 305, he divided the unwieldy Empire into two sections, each with its own Augustus and its own Caesar—two men in the East, two men in the West. This new arrangement was called the Tetrarchy. As the Western Caesar, Constantius Chlorus presided over Gaul and Roman Britain.
Roman Ae3 Of Constantius Chlorus 1St (Ad 293-306) Ngc(Vf)
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