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Numeri- anus f Carinus ; Diocletian. Armenia and Mesopotamia, but found his
arm tied, like the former Parthian rulers, by domestic dissension. After the capture
of Ctesi- phon Carus intended to press on, when he was laid low by a well aimed
Nay rather, if Claudius Gothicus and Aurelian are to be commended for " not
despairing of the republic " in the face of foreign enemies, Diocletian and
Constantine deserve an honourable place on the list of Rome's reforming
statesmen for ...
4 On the Wall of Aurelian see I. A. Richmond, The City Wall of Imperial Rome. On
the late-Roman walls in Gaul see A. Blanchet, Les Enceintes romaines de la
Gaule. 5 On the military reforms of Diocletian and Constantine see H. M. D.
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