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1 On Alexander's severity see c. xii. 5 and note. It certainly was not responsible for this mutiny; see note to § 1.
2 Victor also says that he was killed at Sicilia, a vicus Britanniae (Caes., xxiv. 4), but this is, of course, an error due to some confusion in the name. All the testimony points to the belief that his death occurred at or near Mainz; see C.I.L., xiii. 2, p. 298.
3 Maximinus (Thrax), his successor; see Maxim., vii.
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