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Glycerius (c. 420 – after 480), was a Western Roman Emperor reigning from 473 to 474.
Glycerius may also refer to:
- Saint Glycerius (bishop of Milan), from 436–438
- Saint Lycerius (died 548), also known as Glycerius, a bishop of Couserans in France in the late 5th and 6th centuries
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