FERGUSIUS II


FERGUSIUS II
FERGUSIUS II.
Eugenio successit. Audito, Constantinum tyrannum, in Galliis sublatum, in Britanniam transiit, tantum negotii Romanis facessens, ut quasdam Aetii copias sub Gallionis ductu, eo mittere necesse habuerint. Regnavit Annos 16. sub imtium sec. 5.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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