Gallienus Publius Licinius
Gallienus Publius Licinius, a Roman emperor, becames sole sovereign A.D. 260, and was assassinated at Milan in 268. His reign is memorable in Church History, as he gave peace to the Christians by an edict in which be recognized the Church as a civil corporation. — Eusebius, Hist. Eccl. 7:13; Hase, Ch. Hist. § 48.