P. Licinius, a Roman emperor, A.D. 253-260. He was entrapped into
a conference by the Persians, taken prisoner (260 A.D.) by Sapor, and passed the remainder of
his life in captivity, subjected to every insult which Oriental cruelty could devise. His
skin was stuffed after his death and hung in one of the Persian temples for many years.
A son of the preceding, who perished along with Gallienus at Milan in 268. See Gallienus