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  1. Oct 26, 2020 · Licinius was born in Upper Moesia in about AD 250 as the son of a peasant. He rose through the ranks of the military and became the friend of Galerius. It was on Galerius’ campaign against the Persians in AD 297 that his performance is said to have been especially impressive. He was rewarded with a military command on the Danube.

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    The nomen Licinius is derived from the cognomen Licinus, or "upturned", found in a number of Roman gentes. [4] Licinus may have been an ancient praenomen, but few examples of its use as such are known. The name seems to be identical with the Etruscan Lecne, which frequently occurs on Etruscan sepulchral monuments. [5]

  3. It was the outcome of a political agreement concluded in Mediolanum (modern Milan) between the Roman emperors Constantine I and Licinius in February 313. The proclamation, made for the East by Licinius in June 313, granted all persons freedom to worship whatever deity they pleased, assured Christians of legal rights (including the right to organize churches), and directed the prompt return to Christians of confiscated property.

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    Licinius II, also called Licinius Junior or Licinius Caesar (Latin: Valerius Licinianus Licinius; c. July/August 315 – c. 326), was the son of the Roman emperor Licinius I. He held the imperial rank of caesar between March 317 and September 324, while his father was augustus, and he was twice Roman consul.

  5. Marcus Licinius Crassus, (born c. 115 bc —died 53), politician who in the last years of the Roman Republic formed the so-called First Triumvirate with Julius Caesar and Pompey to challenge effectively the power of the Senate. His death led to the outbreak of the Civil War between Caesar and Pompey (49–45).

  6. In 313 Constantine met with Licinius to issue the Edict of Milan, which enacted a policy of Christian toleration throughout the Roman Empire after intense persecution under recent emperors. Constantine also permitted the conversion of pagan basilicas in Rome to serve Christian purposes and granted new plots of land to the city’s Christian clergy.

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    Licinius a fost proclamat augustus al Occidentului la conferința de la Carnuntum (în Pannonia, la 40 km est de Vindobona) din noiembrie 308. După moartea lui Galerius ( 311 ), Licinius ocupă provinciile danubiano-balcanice până la Hellespont. În 312 se apropie de Constantin cel Mare , alianță întărită prin căsătoria lui cu Flavia Iulia Constanția , sora acestuia, în martie 313 , la Mediolanum .

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