Flavius Julius Constans (c. 320 – 350) was Roman emperor from 337 to 350. He held the imperial rank of caesar from 333, and was the youngest son of Constantine the Great . After his father's death, he was made augustus alongside his brothers in September 337.
Flavius Julius Constans (waarschijnlijk rond 323 - Elne, 18 januari 350), bekend als Constans I, was van september 337 tot 18 januari 350 keizer van Rome.Hij wist in 340 zijn broer Constantijn II te verslaan en diens westelijk deel van het Romeinse Rijk bij zijn eigen gebied te voegen.
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Constans, (egentligen Flavius Julius Constans född omkring 323, död 350, var en romersk kejsare 337 - 350, son till Konstantin den store, kejsare 337 jämte sina bröder Konstantin II och Constantius II. Constans utnämndes 333 till cæsar och övertog efter en tid Italiens förvaltning.
Kōnstantînos; 27 February c. 272 – 22 May 337), also known as Constantine the Great, was a Roman emperor from 306 to 337. Born in Naissus, Dacia Mediterranea (now Niš, Serbia), he was the son of Flavius Constantius, a Roman army officer born in Dardania who became one of the four emperors of the Tetrarchy.
Constans I (tiếng Latin: Augustus Constans Flavius Julius) (c.323 -350), là Hoàng đế La Mã từ năm 337-350. Ông đã đánh bại anh trai Constantinus II của mình trong năm 340, nhưng sự tức giận trong quân đội vì cuộc sống cá nhân của mình và sự ưu đãi cho các vệ sĩ man rợ của ông gây ra cuộc nổi loạn của tướng Magnentius, và dẫn đến vụ ám sát Constans trong năm 350.
Constantine the Great, mosaic in Hagia Sophia, c. 1000 Constantine is perhaps best known for being the first Christian Roman emperor. His rule changed the Church greatly.
Constantius II is a particularly difficult figure to judge properly due to the hostility of most sources toward him. A. H. M. Jones writes that Constantius "appears in the pages of Ammianus as a conscientious emperor but a vain and stupid man, an easy prey to flatterers. He was timid and suspicious, and interested persons could easily play on ...
Constans was the son of Constantine III and Gregoria. After the death of Constantine III's father Heraclius, Constantine ruled with his half-brother Heraklonas through Heraclius' second marriage to Martina. Due to rumors that Heraklonas and Martina poisoned Constantine III, Constans II was named co-emperor.
Flavius Julius Constans was born around 320 to Fausta and Constantine I. He became Caesar in 333, and when the empire was divided after Constantine I’s death he received Italy, Africa, and the Balkans. In 340, Constantine II invaded Constans’ territory and was killed, so Constans became sole ruler in the west.