POLITICIAN

Maximian

240 - 310

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Maximian (Latin: Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximianus; c. 250 – c. July 310), also known as Maximian Herculius, was Roman emperor from 286 to 305. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Maximian has received more than 543,009 page views. His biography is available in 62 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 58 in 2019). Maximian is the 532nd most popular politician (down from 518th in 2019), the 9th most popular biography from Serbia (down from 7th in 2019) and the 7th most popular Serbian Politician.

Maximian was most famous for being the co-emperor of Rome with Diocletian. Maximian is also credited with the introduction of the tetrarchy system, which is a form of government in which there are two co-emperors.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Maximian ranks 532 out of 15,710Before him are Philip III of France, Moon Jae-in, George III of the United Kingdom, Ptolemy II Philadelphus, Leopold III of Belgium, and Rudolf I of Germany. After him are Manuel I Komnenos, Zhou Enlai, Louis I of Hungary, John Hunyadi, Augustus II the Strong, and Frederick William III of Prussia.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 240, Maximian ranks 2Before him is Zenobia. After him are Lucian of Antioch, Pamphilus of Caesarea, Cassian of Imola, and Gupta. Among people deceased in 310, Maximian ranks 1After him are Pope Eusebius and Emperor Ōjin.

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In Serbia

Among people born in Serbia, Maximian ranks 9 out of 469Before him are Odoacer (433), Slobodan Milošević (1941), Decius (201), Constantius II (317), Mileva Marić (1875), and Constantius Chlorus (250). After him are Licinius (263), Claudius Gothicus (210), Gratian (359), Jovian (331), Peter I of Serbia (1844), and Probus (232).

Among POLITICIANS In Serbia

Among politicians born in Serbia, Maximian ranks 7Before him are Constantine the Great (272), Odoacer (433), Slobodan Milošević (1941), Decius (201), Constantius II (317), and Constantius Chlorus (250). After him are Licinius (263), Claudius Gothicus (210), Gratian (359), Jovian (331), Peter I of Serbia (1844), and Probus (232).