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  Roman Emperors - DIR Battle Descriptions
Battle of Adrianople, A.D. This engagement was fought by Constantine and Licinius on the banks of the Hebrus River on 3 July 324 during the second civil war between the two emperors.
Battle of the Milvian Bridge, A.D. In this battle the Emperor Constantine I faced Maxentius at the Saxa Rubra near Rome on 28 October 312.
Battle of Mursa, A.D. This battle was the major struggle in the civil war in 351 between Constantius II and Magnentius.
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 324 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
July 3 - Battle of Adrianople: Constantine defeats Licinius, forcing Licinius to retreat to Byzantium.
July - Battle of Hellespont: Crispus, defeats Licinius' naval fleet, allowing his father Constantine the ability to cross over the Bosporus into Licinius' Asian provinces.
September 18 - Constantine definitely defeats Licinius at the Battle of Chrysopolis, and becomes the sole emperor of the Roman Empire.
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 Licinius - PakAF.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
250 - 325) was Roman emperor from 308 to 324.
When his actions became known, a civil war ensued, in which he was twice severely defeated— first at battle of Cibalae in Pannonia (October 8, 316), and next in the plain of Mardia in Thrace.
In 324 Constantine, tempted by the "advanced age and unpopular vices" of his colleague, again declared war against him, and, having defeated his army at the battle of Adrianople (July 3, 324), succeeded in shutting him up within the walls of Byzantium.
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 Roman Empire
As a matter of convenience, the Roman Empire is held to have begun with the constitutional settlement following the Battle of Actium in 31 BC.
Crisis of the third century, 235 - 275 CE The Crisis of the 3rd Century is a commonly applied name for the crumbling and near collapse of the Roman Empire between 235 and 275 CE.
The defeat of the Battle of Adrianople in 378, along with the death of Emperor Valens, was a deciding moment in the division of the Empire.
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July 3 is the 184th day of the year (185th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar, with 181 days remaining.
324 - Battle of Adrianople Constantine I defeats Licinius, who flees to Byzantium
1250 - Louis IX of France is captured by Baibars' Mamluk army at the Battle of Fariskur while he is in Egypt conducting the Seventh Crusade; he later has to ransom himself.
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 Roman Empire - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Crisis of the 3rd Century is a commonly applied name for the crumbling and near collapse of the Roman Empire between 235 and 275.
This division continued until in 324 Constantine the Great became the sole emperor of the Roman Empire.
The Roman defeat at the Battle of Adrianople in 378, along with the death of Emperor Valens, were each deciding moments in the division of the Empire.
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 Fall of the Roman Empire
It was not until he had won a decisive crushing victory over them that he could report himself as on the march to effect a junction with the army in the east.
In the neighbourhood of Adrianople he flung himself upon the Goths and in the battle that followed his army was annihilated, he himself perished, and the triumph of the Goths was complete (9 August AD 378).
Tremendous though the disaster had been, Adrianople and the greater capital on the Bosporus could defy the onslaughts of the Goths, who were no experts in siege warfare.
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 Byzantine Empire: Just the facts...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Emperor Romanus IV is defeated by the Seljuk Turks (additional info and facts about Seljuk Turks) at the Battle of Manzikert (additional info and facts about Battle of Manzikert).
This division continued into the 4th century (additional info and facts about 4th century) until 324 (additional info and facts about 324) when Constantine the Great (Emperor of Rome who adopted the Christian faith and stopped the persecution of Christians (280-337)) managed to become the sole Emperor of the Empire.
Another defining moment in the history of the Roman/Byzantine Empire was the Battle of Adrianople (additional info and facts about Battle of Adrianople) in 378 (additional info and facts about 378).
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 Category:Battles of the Roman Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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This category contains historical battles in which the Roman Empire (31 BC–476) participated.
Articles in category "Battles of the Roman Empire"
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 from jesus to christ: maps, archaeology & sources: chronology
312 CE Battle of Milvian Bridge; Constantine adopts Christ as his patron and defeats his rival Maxentius to become sole ruler of Italy, Africa, and the entire western half of the empire.
An agreement between Constantine, ruler of the West and Licinius, ruler of the East, that assured full restitution of all confiscated Christian property and full rights for Christian worship in both halves of the Roman empire.
324 CE Constantine defeats Licinius in a battle near Adrianople.
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 Battle of Adrianople (324) Did You Mean Battle of Adrianople 323   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Battle of Adrianople (324) Did You Mean Battle of Adrianople 323
The Battle of Adrianople was fought on July 3, 324 between the armies of Constantine and Licinius.
Constantine won the battle, and Licinius was forced to retreat inside the walls of Byzantium.
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 Search Results for Adrianople - Encyclopædia Britannica
(Aug. 9, AD 378), battle fought at present Edirne, in European Turkey, resulting in the defeat of a Roman army commanded by the emperor Valens at the hands of the Germanic Visigoths led by Fritigern...
(Sept. 14, 1829), pact concluding the Russo-Turkish War of 1828–29, signed at Edirne (ancient Adrianople), Tur.; it strengthened the Russian position in eastern Europe and weakened that of the...
North of the present town are the ruins of Kabyle (or Cabyle), which originated as a Bronze Age settlement in the 2nd millennium BC and was...
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 World history 300- 400 AD
In a series of engagements that culminated in 324 A.D. at the Battle of Adrianople (in today's Turkey), Constantine defeated all his rivals and became the undisputed emperor of all Rome.
At the Battle of Mursa in present-day Croatia, Constantius defeated Magnentius.
At the Battle of Argentoratum in 357 A.D., the Roman general Julian drove the Franks from Gaul, thus re-establishing the Rhine as the frontier of the Empire.
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 July 3 Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
324 - Battle of Adrianople (323) Constantine I (emperor) defeats Licinius, who flees to Byzantium
533 - Battle of Ad Decimum : Byzantine general Belisarius defeats the Vandals near Carthage.
1250 - Louis IX of France is captured by Baibars ' Mamluk army at the Battle of Fariskur while he is in Egypt conducting the Seventh Crusade ; he later has to ransom himself.
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 The Collapse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Despite his inexperience and his academic predilections, Julian proved himself equal to the emergency, winning battles against heavy odds with distinguished personal valour, and restoring law and order in the devastated districts.
Until the reputation he was winning aroused the jealousy of Constantius, whose own credit was being not at all enhanced by his operations in the east, neither as soldier nor as ruler.
The battle of Adrianoble stopped the advance of Gratian.
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 Roman Emperors - DIR Alphabetic Emperor Index
If there was a series of battles in a specific location, click on that year in which you are interested.
Battle of Abrittus, A.D. Battle of Adrianople, A.D. Battle of Actium, B.C. Battle of Ad Decimum, A.D. Battle of Akroinon, A.D. Siege of Alexandria, A.D. Siege of Amida, A.D. Battle of Anchialos, A.D. Battle of Angora, AD 1402
Sieges of Ctesiphon, A.D. Battle of Dara, A.D. Battle of Edessa, A.D. Battle of Frigidus River, A.D. Battle of Issus, A.D. Siege of Jerusalem, A.D. Battle of Kossovo, AD 1389,1448.
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 TIME Volume 2 Contents
Admiralty Islands, Battle of the John N. Frary
Adrianople, Battle and Siege of, 1352 Norman Tobias
Adrianople, Siege of, 914 and 923 Martin G. Arbagi
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 Constantine I 272
Key was The Battle at Milvian Bridge – There according to Constantine’s biographer, Constantine received a vision from the Christian God declaring that ‘by this sign you shall conquer.’ The sign was the Chi-Rho, the first two letters in the Greek Cristos (Christ).
In the East Constantine vied with Licinius until 324 when he defeated him at the battle of Adrianople, in the Hellespont, and at Chrysopolis.
8 November 324 Constantine made his third son Constantius II Caesar and est.
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 REL 212, Reed, Timeline #2
312 CE - Battle of Milvian Bridge; the Roman general Constantine adopts Christ as his patron and defeats his rival Maxentius to become sole ruler of Italy, Africa, and the entire western half of the empire.
Constantine assures full restitution of all confiscated Christian property and full rights for Christian worship in both halves of the Roman empire.
324 CE - Constantine defeats Licinius in a battle near Adrianople.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Greece
Domitius of Heraclea, under Antoninus Pius (138-61), witnessed the martyrdom of St. Glycera; his successor, Philip, was burnt to death at Adrianople under Diocletian (284-305).
From this time they steadily advanced, taking city after city, ravaging and plundering what they could not keep.
In 1361 they took Adrianople and made it their capital in Europe till the fall of Constantinople.
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Tabor Evans - Longarm 324 : Longarm and Kilgore's Revenge (Longarm)
Jake Logan - Slocum 324 : Slocum and the Two Gold Bullets (Slocum)
Zyxel Prestige 324 10/100 Mbps Broadband Router (4-port)
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 Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Late Antiquity
450 CE): Constantine Founds Constantinople, 324 CE, from Ecclesiastical History 2.3 [At this Site]
Ammianus Marcellinus (330-395 CE): The Battle of Adrianopole, 378 CE [At this Site]
On the Fall of the Roman Empire [At this Site][added 7/2/98 to Rome page]
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