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Anthemius: emperor of the West-Roman empire (r. 467-472).
- c.420: Procopius Anthemius
- 12 April 467: recognized as emperor by the Senate
- 11 July 472: murdered by Ricimer
Successor of: Libius Severus
- father: Procopius
- married to: A daughter of Marcianus
- children: A daughter, married to Ricimer; a son named Marcianus; a grandon of Anthemius was executed during the reign of Justinian
- 455 Consul (with Valentinian III consul VIII)
- 467 Arrives from the east with support of the emperor Leo I; recognized by the Senate
- 468 Consul II (without colleague); Leo's expedition against the Vandals fails; at the same time, Anthemius' expedition against the Visigoths of Tolosa - in cooperation with Riotamus, king of the Britons - ends in disaster
- 472 Ricimer takes Rome; Anthemius is killed by Ricimer's son Gundobad; collapse of Roman power in the west
Succeeded by: Olybrius