Carausius in Roman Biography
Ca-rau'si-us, (Marcus Aurei.ius Valerius,) an
adventurer, born at Menapia, in Belgium, about 250 A. D.
Having been promoted to the command of a Roman
fleet, he made himself master of Great Britain and assumed
the title of emperor. After vain efforts to conquer
him, Diocletian recognized him by treaty. He was
assassinated in 293 A.D.
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