Lupicinus (Roman)

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For the Catholic saint of the same name, see Lupicinus of Lyon.

Lupicinus was a Roman lieutenant of Valens in Thrace in the late fourth century AD.[1]

His reputed poor treatment of the Thervingi Goths under Fritigern led to the Gothic Wars, and the Battle of Adrianople.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Roman Custer: Emperor Valens and the Battle of Adrianople, AD378".