Galerius, Valerius Maximus

Galerius, Valerius Maximus (Gale`rius, Valerius Maximus) , Roman emperor, born in Dacia, of lowly parentage; rose from a common soldier to be the son-in-law of the Emperor Diocletian, who in 292 raised him to the dignity of a Cæsar; in 305, on the death of Diocletian, he became head of the Eastern Empire, which he continued to be till his death in 311; his name is associated with a cruel persecution of the Christians under Diocletian.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Galen * Galgacus
Galata
Galatea
Galatia
Galatians, Epistle to the
Galatz
Galaxy
Galba
Gale, Theophilus
Gale, Thomas
Galen
Gale`rius, Valerius Maximus
Galgacus
Galia`ni, Ferdinando
Galicia
Galilæans
Galilee
Galilee, Sea of
Galileo
Galitzin
Gall, Franz Joseph
Gall, St.