This time Carausius is going to try his hand at this empire thing and see if he can do better than Albinus and Postumus.
(History of Britain, History of England, History of Wales, History of Scotland, Celtic History, Roman History)
Lets talk about Diocletian really quick.
Diocletian had claimed that he was divinely appointed by Jupiter and that he was essentially the hand of Jupiter on earth. Members know that this might not have been shocking to the Ancient Celts, since many of their chiefs and monarchs likely had also claimed divine appointment. But this divinity thing was certainly shocking for Rome. So why do it?