- He was born in around 482 in the ancient city of Tauresium (modern Gradište in Northern Macedonia), to a lowly-family of Illyro-Roman peasants. He was, however, a native Latin speaker and is believed to be the last Roman emperor to be so. After him, the imperial language would be Greek.
The Emperor Hadrian's Hispano-Roman origins and marked pro-Hellenism changed the focus of imperial cult. His standard coinage still identifies with the genius populi Romani , but other issues stress his identification with Hercules Gaditanus (Hercules of Gades ), and Rome's imperial protection of Greek civilisation. 
Jul 21, 2002 · The anonymous late 4th-century Epitome de Caesaribus sets the birthplace of Aemilianus (PIR 2 A330) "on the island Meninx, which is now called Girba," modern Gerba, off the coast of western Tunisia and calls him a Moor (31.1-2, ed. Pichlmayer, p. 159), while John Zonaras styles him a Libyan (12.21, ed. Büttner-Wobst, p. 590).
May 04, 2019 · Also Known As: "Flavius Heraclius Augustus", "Φλάβιος Ἡράκλειος", "Heraclius", "Herakleios". Birthdate: circa 575. Birthplace: Cappadocia. Death: February 11, 641 (61-70) Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey.
- Constantine III
- circa 575
- Emperor of Byzantium 610-641
A city of west-central Syria north of Damascus. Birthplace of the Roman emperor Heliogabalus, it was taken by the Arabs in 636. Egypt controlled the city from 1831 to 1840. from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License. proper noun a city in Syria
Frederick Barbarossa (1122 – 10 June 1190), also known as Frederick I ( German: Friedrich I, Italian: Federico I ), was the Holy Roman Emperor from 1155 until his death 35 years later. He was...
Mar 28, 2021 · According to Polemius Silvius, Theodosius the Great was born on 11 January 347 or 346.  The epitome de Caesaribus places his birthplace at Cauca (Coca, Segovia) in Hispania.  According to the traditional texts of the chronicle of Hydatius and Zosimus, he was born at “ Cauca in Gallaecia “.