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  Constantine III (emperor) information - Search.com
Heraclius Constantine or Constantine III (May 3, 612 - April 20/24 or May 26, 641) was the eldest son of the Byzantine emperor Heraclius and his first wife Eudocia, and ruled as Emperor for four months in 641.
Constantine was baptised and crowned on January 22, 613 and shortly after betrothed to his cousin, Gregoria, a daughter of his father's first cousin, Nicetas.
Constantine and Gregoria married in 629 or perhaps early 630 and in that year their first child, Constans II was born.
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  Constantine III (emperor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heraclius Constantine or Constantine III (May 3, 612 - April 20/24 or May 26, 641) was the eldest son of the Byzantine emperor Heraclius and his first wife Eudocia, and ruled as Emperor for four months in 641.
Constantine was baptised and crowned on January 22, 613 and shortly after betrothed to his cousin, Gregoria, a daughter of his father's first cousin, Nicetas.
Constantine and Gregoria married in 629 or perhaps early 630 and in that year their first child, Constans II was born.
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 Roman Emperors - DIR Western Roman Emperors from 407-425
Drinkwater, J.F., 'The Usurpers Constantine III (407-411) and Jovinus (411-413)', Britannia 29 (1998), 269-298.
Constantine III raised Constans to the rank of Augustus in late 409 or early 410 before sending him back to Spain; lead elements of Constans' army were sent into the peninsula.
Maximus was the son (or possibly a retainer) of Gerontius, a general of Constantine III in Spain in 409.
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 Constantine III
Constantine was eventually captured by Constantius, the general of Honorius, and was sent to Italy for execution (411 A.D.).
Placidius Valentinianus was born in 419 A.D., the son of Constantius III and Galla Placidia.
Valentinian III was assassinated in March, 455, the victim of a plot hatched by the senator Petronius Maximus.
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 Britannia: Usurpation of Constantine III
Judging Constantine to be too strong after some fighting near Valence, Sarus returned to Honorius in Rome.
Constantine established his headquarters at Arles and proclaimed his son, Constans, who had campaigned so successfully for him in Spain, co-emperor.
Constantine, meanwhile, was under siege by Honorius' troops at Arles.
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 Constantine III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Constantine III (usurper), or Constantine II of Britain, governor of Britain and self-proclaimed western Roman Emperor 407-411
Constantine III of Byzantium, Byzantine Emperor in 641
Constantine III of Britain, legendary 6th century King of the Britons
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 CHURCH FATHERS: Life of Constantine, Book III (Eusebius)
Constantine is the first prince of any age who bound together such a garland as this with the bond of peace, and presented it to his Saviour as a thank-offering for the victories he had obtained over every foe, thus exhibiting in our own times a similitude of the apostolic company.
The emperor, however, was not satisfied with having proceeded thus far: once more, fired with holy ardor, he directed that the ground itself should be dug up to a considerable depth, and the soil which had been polluted by the foul impurities of demon worship transported to a far distant place.
And farther, the mother of the emperor raised a stately structure on the Mount of Olives also, in memory of his ascent to heaven who is the Saviour of mankind, erecting a sacred church and temple on the very summit of the mount.
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 Constantine III   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Next Constantine III demanded that Honorius recognize him as Augustus, which the latter saw himself forced to do, in view of his desperately weakened position with the usurper in the west and Alaric in Italy.
Constantine III sent his son Constans to depose the general of his overall military command.
Hence Constantine III was taken outside the city of Ravenna and was put to death (AD 411).
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Constantine III: The Bold: Born 410, Emperor 429 to 460.
Constantine XI: born 629, Heir to the Throne.
Timeron, Heir to Constantine: born 631, Emperor 635 to 681.
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 Travel Guide To Turkey, Guide de la Turquie, GUIDE MARTINE, Guide to Turkey, Guide de Turquie, Travel, Turkey, Voyage, ...
However Christian faith was an essential fact in the oriental Roman provinces, and from 324, emperor Constantine the Great openly embraced Christianity which became state religion, and Byzantium was chosen as second capital of the Roman Empire under the name of Constantinople en 330.
In 1071, Alp Arslan defeated the Byzantine Emperor Romanus IV Diogenes at the Battle of Manzikert (Malazgirt) north of Van.
Emperor Constantine XI Dragases appealed in vain to the West for help, for the pope, in return, insisted on the union of the Greeks to the Roman Catholic Church.
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 Roman Emperors DIR Heraclonas
Heraclonas (Heraclius II) was born in Constantinople in 626 to the emperor Heraclius and his second wife Martina.
Heraclius Constantine, age 28, was the only son of Heraclius' first marriage to Eudokia (Fabia) while Heraclonas, age 15, was the eldest son of Martina, Heraclius' niece and second wife.
She constantly opposed the policies of Heraclius Constantine, and this opposition led to the development of two factions within the government.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: Eusebius of Caesarea: Life of Constantine
The emperors then in power, observing his manly and vigorous figure and superior mind, were moved with feelings of jealousy and fear, and thenceforward carefully watched for an opportunity of inflicting some brand of disgrace on his character.
The emperor constantly made use of this sign of salvation as a safeguard against every adverse and hostile power, and commanded that others similar to it should be carried at the head of all his armies.
And the emperor perceiving this, whenever he saw any part of his forces hard pressed, gave orders that the salutary trophy should be moved in that direction, like some triumphant charm (1) against disasters: at which the combatants were divinely inspired, as it were, with fresh strength and courage, and immediate victory was the result.
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 EBK: Emperor Constantine
Constantine landed in Britain with 2000 men and overcame the barbarians already invading the Island's shores to become High-King as Constantine Waredwr (the Deliverer).
Constantine has been variously identified with one of several near contemporary men of this name appearing in ancient Welsh Royal pedigrees: the Galfridian brother of King Aldrien of Brittany, a son of the Emperor Magnus Maximus or a King of Dumnonia in South-Western Britain.
Constantine sent his lieutenant, named Gerontius, to conteract their move; but Gerontius rebelled against his Emperor and encouraged the barbarians in their efforts.
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 FOX's Book of Martyrs
The emperor Sapores, being naturally averse to Christianity, easily believed what was said against the Christians, and gave orders to persecute them in all parts of his empire.
Constantine the Great being informed of the persecutions in Persia, wrote a long letter to the Persian monarch, in which he recounts the vengeance that had fallen on persecutors, and the great success that had attended those who had refrained from persecuting the Christians.
The emperor's agents in vain tampered with Basil by means of promises, threats, and racks, he was firm in the faith, and remained in prison to undergo some other sufferings, when the emperor came accidentally to Ancyra.
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 The Decline of the Khazar Empire
Constantine Porphyrogenitus, who related the episode in some detail, says that since no stones were available in the region, Sarkel was built of bricks, burnt in specially constructed kilns.
The plain of the Alfld was occupied by the nomadic race of Kabars, true Turks, herdsmen, horsemen and fighters, the driving force and the army of the nation.
Yet in spite of the great to-do about Olga's baptism and her state visit to Constantine, this was not the last word in the stormy dialogue between the Greek Church and the Russians.
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 Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Series II, Vol. III   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Chapter III.-The Epistle of Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria to Alexander, Bishop of Constantinople.
The emperor, with a few attendants, was the last to enter the room; remarkable for his lofty stature, and worthy of admiration for personal beauty, and for the still more marvellous modesty which dwelt on his countenance.
The excellent emperor next exhorted the Bishops to unanimity and concord; he recalled to their remembrance the cruelty of the late tyrants, and reminded them of the honourable peace which God had, in his reign and by his means, accorded them.
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 Britannia EBK Articles: Generations of Ambrosius Part 1
Purple was the Imperial colour, typified by the Toga Purpurea and Toga Picta, worn by Roman Emperors.
According to the historian, Zosimus, Constans was Constantine III's "eldest son".
The careers of both Magnus Maximus and Constantine III are very parallel; their rise to power by the acclamation of Roman soldiers in Britain, their subsequent invasion of Gaul, the extent of their domains, their acknowledgement as co-Emperors by the legitimate Emperors out of political expediency, and even their inglorious ends are both remarkably similar.
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 Ruin - Magnus Maximus - Constantine III   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CONSTANTINE III was proclaimed emperor by the British garrison in 407.
Constantine's generals ran out after him (Sarus) with all their might and main, and it was only with great difficulty that he escaped.
Constantine, who still thought that matters would go according to his purpose, caused his son to be proclaimed emperor instead of Caesar, and determined to possess himself of Italy.
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 The Generations of Ambrosius part 2: Ambrosius, the Elder, by Michael Veprauskas
The careers of Magnus Maximus and Constantine III are quite parallel; their rise to power by the acclamation of Roman soldiers in Britain, their subsequent invasion of Gaul, the extent of their domains, their acknowledgment as co-Emperors by the legitimate Emperors out of political expediency.
Constantine also desired to increase the involvement of the Roman nobility in the government of the empire and took steps to make it happen.
"Constantine was, it is true, extending the pool of experienced men that could be drawn on by substantially increasing the number of successful members of the imperial service who were admitted to the senate.
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 Fall of Rome - History for Kids!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
First, Constantine III, a general in England, declared himself emperor at York in 405 AD.
But like other emperors who had been brought up at court, neither of them was very good at ruling, or even very interested.
All of their soldiers (the ones from England and the ones from France, and maybe the ones from Spain too) were taken back to Italy to deal with the Visigoths.
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 General Councils of the Church
Emperor Justinian I wanted the Church to consider the orthodoxy of three Greek theologians: Theodore of Mopsuestia, Theodoret of Cyrrhus, and Ebas of Edessa.
Condemned the writings of theologians as having been infested with Nestorianism.
The difficult and heretical behavior of Emperor Frederick II;
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 Heracleonas - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Image:Solidus-Heraclius-sb0764.jpg Heracleonas (626 - 641?), Byzantine emperor (February - September 641), was the son of Heraclius and Martina.
But a suspicion that he and Martina had murdered Constantine led soon after to a revolt, and to the mutilation and banishment of the supposed offenders.
This was the first time a reigning emperor had been subjected to mutilation, which was a practise probably borrowed from the Persians; in this case, Martina's tongue was cut out, and Heraclius' nose was cut off.
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The Emperor Petronius Maximus, one of several rapidly replaced emperors in a period of chaos, is disembowled by a raging mob.
Christy's History Timeline: 400-699 A.D. 425-455 Emperor Valentinian III "Placidus Valentinianus, later the emperor Valentinian III, was born in 419, the son of the emperor Honorius' sister Galla Placidia and the patrician, later emperor, Constantius.
European History: 400-449 A.D. 431 the Council of Ephesus, (third ecumenical council) is convened on behalf of Theodosius II, emperor of the East, and Valentinian III, emperor of the West, to discuss Nestorianism.
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 Constantine - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Constantine is a common name derived from the Latin word constans, meaning constant or steadfast.
The Constantines are an indie rock band from Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Constantine is a movie based on the comic book Hellblazer whose main character is called John Constantine.
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 Constantine, Roman general
He was proclaimed emperor by the Roman troops in Britain in 407 and led a revolt in Gaul and Spain against the Western emperor Honorius.
Constantine forced recognition from Honorius as joint emperor, but his triumph was short.
"To be useful to the whiteman and the Indian and the country at large": Constantine Scollen, missionary-priest, and native-white relations in the West, 1862-1885.
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 History of the World Part 3 401 to 500 CE
Emperor Honorius moves the capitol of the Empire to Ravenna.
Britain declares Constantine III as emperor, who ejects the invaders from Gaul.
Honorius attacks Constantine III in Gaul, killing many of Constantine's troops and generals.
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 Movers: Middle Ages (450 - 1400) - By Miles Hodges   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 475 the Western Emperor Nepos was driven from his throne and a Roman youth, Romulus, was placed on the imperial throne in his place.
Emperor of the Roman Empire in the East, 717-741.
Emperor and ruler of the central Carolingian lands (Lotharingia), 840-855.
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 409 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Vandals and Suebi break through Constantine III's garrsions into Spain.
Constantine III's general Gernontius revolts in Spain, and elevates his own candidate for Roman Emperor.
Alaric lays siege to Rome a second time; with agreement of the Senate he sets up Priscus Attalus as western emperor
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 Time1a   (Site not responding. Last check: )
- Leo III (the Isaurian), Emperor of Byzantium, born.
- Basil I (the Macedonian), Emperor of Byzantium, born.
- Basil II (the Slayer of the Bulgars), Emperor of Byzantium, born.
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