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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › PulcheriaPulcheria - Wikipedia

    Aelia Pulcheria (/ ˈ iː l i ə p ʌ l ˈ k ɪ r i ə /; Greek: Πουλχερία; 19 January 398 or 399 – July 453) was an Eastern Roman empress who advised her brother emperor Theodosius II during his minority and then became wife to emperor Marcian from November 450 to her death in 453.

  2. In 342 CE, the Christian emperors Constantius and Constans declared same-sex marriage to be illegal. Shortly after, in the year 390 CE, emperors Valentinian II, Theodosius I and Arcadius declared homosexual sex to be illegal and those who were guilty of it were condemned to be publicly burned alive.

  3. Sommaire déplacer vers la barre latérale masquer Début 1 Biographie Afficher / masquer la sous-section Biographie 1.1 Les sources primaires 1.2 Les origines de Vercingétorix 1.2.1 Naissance 1.2.2 Le nom de Vercingétorix 1.2.3 Un allié des Romains 1.3 La guerre des Gaules 1.3.1 La situation en Gaule au I er siècle av. J.-C. 1.3.2 La guerre des Gaules 1.4 Vercingétorix, chef de la ...

  4. Anastasius Bibliothecarius wrote about two earthquakes spaced roughly one year apart. The year provided for both earthquakes (The Holy Desert Quake) is suspect when compared with archeoseismic evidence from Bet She'an which provides a terminus post quem of 749 CE for the first earthquake account (The Holy Desert Quake) - which struck the Jordan Valley and the Sea of Galilee.

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