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  2. Flavius Valerius Constantius ( c. 250 – 25 July 306), also called Constantius I, was a Roman emperor from 305 to 306. He was one of the four original members of the Tetrarchy established by Diocletian, first serving as caesar from 293 to 305 and then ruling as augustus until his death.

  3. When Diocletian and Maximian abdicated on May 1, 305, Constantius became the senior emperor in the West. He died the following year in a victory over the Picts, and his troops proclaimed Constantine emperor. (Constantius’s nickname Chlorus, meaning “The Pale,” is first found in Byzantine sources.)

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  4. Constantius was the most moderate of the emperors of the tetrarchy of Diocletian in his treatment of the Christians. In his territories Christians suffered the least form Diocletian’s persecutions. And following the rule of the brutish Maximian, Constantius’ rule was indeed a popular one.

  5. Constantius I Chlorus (305-306 A.D.) Michael DiMaio, Jr. Salve Regina University. Constantius' Early Life and Marriage. Born March 31st, Emperor Flavius Valerius Constantius may have come into the world ca. 250. His family was from Illyricum. In the army he served as a protector, tribunus, and a praeses Dalmatiarum .

  6. Flavius Valerius Constantius, also called Constantius I, was a Roman emperor from 305 to 306. He was one of the four original members of the Tetrarchy established by Diocletian, first serving as caesar from 293 to 305 and then ruling as augustus until his death.

  7. May 29, 2018 · Constantius I (Constantius Chlorus) (kənstăn´shəs), c.250–306, Roman emperor (305–6). A career general, he gave up Helena [1] to marry Theodora, the daughter of Maximian [2].

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