the son of the emperor Basiliscus, was created Caesar, and soon afterwards Augustus and co-emperor, by his father, in A. D. 475, and was put to death by Zeno in 477, together with Basiliscus and the rest of his family.
In consequence of being emperor along with his father, several of the coins struck by Basiliscus, represent the portraits of both father and son. [BASILISCUS.] (Eckhel, vol. viii. p. 204.)