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 Constantine II (emperor): biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Constantine II, (February 317 (additional info and facts about 317) - 340 (additional info and facts about 340)), was Roman Emperor (Sovereign of the Roman Empire) (337 (additional info and facts about 337) - 340 (additional info and facts about 340)).
The eldest son of Constantine I the Great (additional info and facts about Constantine I the Great) and Fausta (additional info and facts about Fausta), he was born at Arles (additional info and facts about Arles) in present day South of France (A republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe).
Following the death of his father in 337 (additional info and facts about 337), Constantine II became joint Emperor with his brothers Constantius II (additional info and facts about Constantius II) and Constans.
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 Tiberius II Constantine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
540 - August 14, 582) was the Byzantine emperor from 574 to 582.
He was a friend of Justin II, under whom he was appointed Count of the Excubitors.
When Tiberius became full emperor upon Justin's death in 578, he extended his military activities into the remnants of the Western Empire, where he made peace with the Visigoths in Spain and defeated the Moors in North Africa.
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 Tiberius II Constantine
As a close friend to Justin II, he was appointed as Count of the Excubitors and his support was instrumental in allowing Justin II to seize the throne upon Justinian's death.
In December of 574, Sophia was able to influence Justin II to appoint Tiberius as Caesar and he was renamed Tiberius Constantine[[3]].
Justin II's widow, Sophia, soon began to pressure Tiberius to divorce his wife Ino (Anastasia) and marry her.
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 CONSTANTINE II - Online Information article about CONSTANTINE II
Constans, an ambitious youth encouraged by intriguing advisers, declined to submit; and Constantine, jealous of his prerogatives and dissatisfied with his See also:
After protracted but unavailing negotiations, Constantine in 340 invaded Italy.
Eusebius, Vita Constantin, iv.; O. Seeck in Pauly-Wissowa's Realencyclopadie, iv.
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 AllRefer.com - Constantine II, Roman emperor (Ancient History, Rome, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Constantine II, Roman emperor, Ancient History, Rome, Biographies
Constantine II 316–40, Roman emperor, son of Constantine I. When the empire was divided at the death (337) of Constantine I, among the brothers Constantius II, Constans I, and Constantine II, Constantine II received Britain, Gaul, and Spain.
Maintaining that he had been cheated, he demanded some of the territory given Constans I.
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 Emperor Constantine II crowns cousin Julianus keizer of Britain November 6 in History
Emperor Constantine II crowns cousin Julianus keizer of Britain November 6 in History
Emperor Constantine II crowns cousin Julianus keizer of Britain
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