Glycerius Emperor of the Roman Empire (West) from 473 to 474.
Flavius Glycerius Augustus was a Western Roman Emperor from 473 to 474. Elevated by his Magister militum Gundobad, Glycerius was rejected by the court at Constantinople, who chose Julius Nepos instead.

In 474, Julius Nepos disembarked at Portus and deposed Glycerius without a fight. Glycerius was sent to Dalmatia as Bishop of Salona, serving a religious life until his death.

Glycerius' deposition was thus without any bloodshed, and historians are left wondering why the Western Emperor, who had Gundobad and his army at his command, did not try to resist.

He died sometime after 480 AD.
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