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Licinius II
Caesar (under his father Licinius I)  AD 317 - 324

Flavius Valerius Constantinus Licinianus "Licinius Junior":
Son of Licinius I and Constantia;
Grandson of Constantius I Chlorus and Theodora;
Cousin of Delmatius, Hanniballianus, Constantius Gallus, Julian II, Nepotian;
Half-nephew of Constantine the Great;
Half-cousin of Crispus, Constantine II, Constantius II, Constans, Constantina (wife of Hanniballianus and Constantius Gallus), and Helena the Younger (wife of Julian II).

Licinius the Younger became Caesar under his father, Licinius and shared his fate upon Constantine’s ascendance. After Licinius was accused of plotting another comeback and was executed in 324, Licinius the Younger was stripped of his title of Caesar and sent to Pola, where Constantine had him murdered two years later.

Mints: Alexandria, Antioch, Aquileia, Arelate, Cyzicus, Heraclea, Nicomedia, Rome, Sirmium, Siscia, Thessalonica, Treveri.

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