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It happened in the victory of the Eastern Emperor Theodosius over the Western Emperor Eugenius at the River Frigidus.
Nonetheless, says Hill, the battle at the River Frigidus was as genuinely a pivotal moment as Constantine's victory at the Milvian Bridge.
The aristocrats' resistance reached a climax when the usurper Eugenius revolted against the Christian emperor Theodosius I, who in 394 defeated Eugenius at the Battle of the Frigidus and used force to implement recent legislation.
5 241 Lecithotrophic Bathypecten vexillum 3 170 Cyclopecten ambiannulatus 3 160 Echichlamys bifrons 16 185 Hyalopecten frigidus 3 220 Parvamissium decoratum 3 140 Parvamissium fenestratum 3 180 Parvamissium lucidum 3 170 Similipecten similis 3 135 Asterisk represents an average value.
The authors rightly deny that Theodosius went to Rome after the Battle of the Frigidus, although they cite none of the secondary literature on this question.
emeritus) Eastern X Drassyllus fallens Chamberlin Northeastern X Drassyllus frigidus (Banks) Eastern X Drassyllus lepidus (Banks) Southern X Drassyllus niger (Banks) Northern X Drassyllus novus (Banks) (D.