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Roman Coinage

Diocletian 284 - 305

Diocletian rose to power after a bloody battle against Carinus, which he almost lost. He is responsible for monetary reform and also reformed the military system, which led to the empire's downfall two centuries after. He retired to Croatia and died there old and forgotten.

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