Seleucus (Roman usurper)

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Seleucus (c. 221) was a Roman usurper.

Seleucus was, according to 5th-century historian Polemius Silvius, a usurper against Emperor Elagabalus. His identity is not known: he could be Julius Antonius Seleucus, governor in Moesia, or Marcus Flavius Vitellius Seleucus, consul for 221.

Political offices
Preceded by
Elagabalus,
Publius Valerius Comazon
Consul of the Roman Empire
221
with Gaius Vettius Gratus Sabinianus
Succeeded by
Elagabalus,
Alexander Severus

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