Allectus 293 - 296 A.D.found by Carl Reeve
Allectus 293 – 296 A.D.
Usurper emperor based in Britain who succeeded Caraurius 286 – 293 who had declared himself emperor and had control of the Roman fleet in Gaul and Britain. Allectus had Carausius assassinated, and was himself killed by his followers. The coin shows the head of Allectus with the emperor legend. The reverse shows a Roman galley.
We now have our very own club mugs. They are available to purchase at the fantastic price of only £5 each.
To celebrate the New Year/ Hogmanay we went up to Scotland to visit my brother Martin who has a farm just over the Scottish border in Dumfries.
A Bungay man has told of his gratitude after his late father’s Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (RAOB) medal was returned 21 years after being stolen in a burglary. Read the full article on the EDP website