Maximian Marcus Aurelius Valery( The Roman emperor, Diocletian's co-ruler.)
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Maximian was a respected warrior who has made a career in the Emperor Aurelian and the sample. In 285 Maximian was appointed Caesar and in 286 - August. Maximian himself ruled Italy and Africa, and had supreme authority over all the west of the Empire, with its subordinate Caesar Constantius chlorine (from 293), who was married to his adopted daughter. Although Maximian and was considered to August, in fact, he remained in subjection to Diocletian, who was respected and feared, and so on May 1 305 he, though against the wishes, yet he denied with him from the throne. However, next year, Maximian returned to active political life, to facilitate the ascent of his son Maxentius. In 307 Maximian made an alliance with Constantine, whom gave his daughter, and now tried unsuccessfully to remove her son. In 308 he was forced to abdicate, but the 310 has risen again - this time against Constantine, which suppressed the statement and forced Maximian to commit suicide.