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- Constantius Chlorus (the Pale) was appointed Caesar to the Western Augustus, Maximian. Brittania for a time had its own Emperors. In late 286 or early 287 a usurper, Carausius, declared himself Emperor of Britain and northern Gaul, although it was short lived.
Constantius Chlorus. Flavius Valerius Constantius "Chlorus" ( c. 250 – 25 July 306), also called Constantius I, was a Roman emperor as one of the four original members of the " Tetrarchy " established by Diocletian in 293. He was a junior-ranking emperor, or Caesar, from 293 to 305, and senior emperor, Augustus, from 305 to 306.
Mar 10, 2021 · Flavius Valerius Constantius (March 31 c. 250 – July 25, 306), also Constantius I, was an emperor of the Western Roman Empire (305–306). He was commonly called Chlorus (the Pale) an epithet given to him by Byzantine historians. He was the father of Constantine the Great and initiator of the Constantinian dynasty.
- Flavia Julia Constantia, Eutropia, Flavius Dalmatius, Julius Constantius, Anastasia
- Dardania (Moesia Superior)
- circa March 31, 250
- Saint Helen's, York, Yorkshire, England
Sep 18, 2020 · Flavius Julius Constantius(AD ca. 250 - AD 306) Flavius Julius Constantius, like the other emperors of the day, was from a poor Danubian family and had worked his way up through the ranks of the army. The famous addition of 'Chlorus' to his name, came from his pale complexion, for it's meaning is 'the pale'.
Constantius Chlorus rose from relative obscurity to become the Emperor of the western Roman empire. He was a soldier who had worked his way up through the ranks but his real political break came when in 289 he married Theodora, the stepdaughter of the emperor Maximian.
Constantius I Chlorus (c.250 - 306 AD) Emperor: 305 - 306 AD. Emperor Flavius Valerius Constantius was born on March 31st around 250 AD. It is known that his family was from the province of Illyricum. He served in the army as a protector, then as tribunus and finally as a praeses Dalmatiarum.
Jul 21, 2021 · Constantius I, original name Flavius Valerius Constantius or Flavius Julius Constantius, byname Chlorus, (born c. 250, Dacia Ripensis—died July 25, 306, Eboracum, Britain [now York, North Yorkshire, England]), Roman emperor and father of Constantine I the Great. As a member of a four-man ruling body ( tetrarchy) created by the emperor ...