Usurper in Pannonia AD 284 - 285
Marcus Aurelius Sabinus Julianus.
Not much in known about Sabinus Julianus, a legionary commander in Pannonia. Like so many popular officers of the time, he was acclaimed as emperor by his soldiers about two years trough the reign of Carinus. The revolt occurred soon after the news of the death of Numerian, in Novermber 284, arrived in the west. Carinus, busy in Britain, crossed over the continent immediately and reached Italy before Julianus. Early in 285, he met and defeated the latter’s forces near Verona. Julianus was killed on the battlefield.
Mints: Pannonia (uncertain location)
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