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  1. Feb 25, 2019 · Emperor Constantine (ca A.D. 280– 337) reigned over a major transition in the Roman Empire—and much more.

  2. Constantine II; Roman Emperor; In Power: Sep 9, 337 – 340: Born: Feb 316 Arelate, Viennensis: Died: 340 (aged 24) Aquileia, Italy: Father: Constantine the Great: Mother: Fausta

  3. Aug 28, 2023 · Constantine then established himself at Arelate. Joined by Roman legions from Spain, he appointed his son Constans as caesar (junior emperor) and sent him to suppress a revolt led by relatives of Honorius. After the fall (408) of Honorius’s general Stilicho, the effective ruler of the Western empire, Constantine threatened to invade Italy ...

  4. Constantine II, king of Greece from 1964 to 1974. After spending World War II in exile in South Africa, Constantine returned to Greece in 1946. When his father became King Paul I in 1947, Constantine became crown prince; he succeeded to the throne upon his father’s death on March 6, 1964. Fearing

  5. Valentinian II (375–392 ce; crowned as child) Theodosius I (east, 379–392 ce ; east and west, 392–395 ce ) Arcadius (east, 383–395 ce , coemperor; 395–402 ce , sole emperor)

  6. Name: Flavius Claudius Constantinus Born in February AD ca. 317. Consul AD 320, 321, 324. Became emperor in AD 337. Died near Aquileia, AD 340. Constantine II was born at Arelate, the son of Constantine and Fausta. His date of birth though is reported as being at some time in February AD 317.

  7. Nov 9, 2020 · Constantine II was the son of Constantine the Great and the emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire from 337 to 340 AD.

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