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  Magnus Maximus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Spanish Celt, Maximus was proclaimed emperor by his troops in 383, while serving with the army in Britain.
Maximus was defeated in the battle of the Save (388), captured and executed by Theodosius I, along with his son.
According to the Mabinogion tale The Dream of Macsen Wledig, Magnus Maximus took as his wife Helen or Elen, daughter of a chieftain based at Segontium (Caernarfon).
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 Magnus Maximus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Magnus Maximus was born to a poor Spanish family, probably in the province of Callaecia in north western Spain.
Maximus now established his capital at Treviri and began negotiations with Theodosius, emperor of the east, who reluctantly recognized him as emperor, if only to save young Valentinian II who still remained in charge of Italy, Pannoniae and Africa.
Maximus was a orthodox Catholic who, like Theodosius in the east, vehemently pursued and punished heretics and pagans.
www.roman-empire.net /collapse/maximus.html   (410 words)

  
 Roman Emperors DIR Magnus Maximus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Maximus was assigned to work with Gildo, a brother of Firmus who was still loyal to the Romans.
Maximus next known assignment was on the Danube in 376, where he was dux Moesiae secundae, and was assisting Lupicinus, the magister militum per Thracias, in settling Goths on Roman territory.
Birley, Anthony R. "Magnus Maximus and the Persecution of Heresy." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 66 (Autumn 1983): 13-43.
www.roman-emperors.org /madmax.htm   (987 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Maximus
Maximus, Magnus Clemens (?-388), Roman emperor (383-388), born in Spain.
Maximus accompanied Emperor Theodosius I on several expeditions and was...
Maximus, Saint (580?-662), called the Confessor, the leading adversary of Monothelitism, an orthodox philosophy that asserts the dual nature of...
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 /Users/ross/Desktop/maureens.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Magnus Maximus was born into a poor Spanish family.
In 387, Maximus deemed his son, Flavius Victor, an infant, to be co emperor.
Magnus Maximus was captured and it seemed as if his world and everything he had was falling apart.
www.uky.edu /~scaife/coinsS02/maureens.html   (468 words)

  
 Notes, p 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
ABT 355, the son of Magnus Clemens Maximus ap Constantine I, and Saint Elen Lwyddog.
Magnus Clemens Maximus was born on the Iberian Peninsula in the mid-4th century.
Maximus, in fact, appears to have been a son of one Maximianun (Geoffrey's name for the former), a younger son of Constantine the Great.
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 BBC - History - Magnus Maximus, active c.AD 380   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Magnus Maximus was a Roman general of Spanish origin and was active in Britain in c.AD 380, resisting the incursions of the Picts and Scots.
In withdrawing the garrisons, he is believed to have acknowledged the right of some of the Brythonic peoples of Britain to undertake their own defence, an acknowledgement which later historians have seen as a recognition of their right to quasi-independence.
This has caused Magnus to be hailed as the father of Brythonic autonomy, and - by extension - the father of the Welsh nation.
www.bbc.co.uk /history/timelines/wales/magnus_maximus.shtml   (346 words)

  
 Magnus Maximus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Maximus then sought to have his claim recognized throughout the rest of the empire and to this end he sent a delegation to the court of Theodosius.
However, the situation changed when Maximus upset the balance of power by intending to appropriate Italy which was under the control of Valentinian II.
Suddenly, Theodosius realized that Maximus was intent on becoming the sole ruler of the West and possibly the East as well.
www.dirtyoldcoins.com /natto/id/magnus.htm   (480 words)

  
 A Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the End of the Sixth Century A.D., with an Account of the ...
—Magnus Maximus was a Spaniard by birth (Zos.
Thus Maximus was in general an able and popular ruler, at least in his own dominions, giving his subjects what they most wanted, some feeling of security and peace.
After Martin's departure, however, other bishops persuaded Maximus to remit the case to a secular judge, Evodius, and finally the emperor condemned Priscillian and his companions, including a rich widow Euchrocia, to be beheaded.
www.ccel.org /ccel/wace/biodict.Maximus_2.html   (1466 words)

  
 Roman Emperors - DIR Petronius Maximus
Maximus then was said to have connived with Valentinian III at the murder of Aëtius.
Maximus also was later described as the "patronus" of another Gaul, Serranus, a further indication of his attempts to obtain extra-Italian support.
Maximus' attempts to secure the loyalty of the army also may be reflected in the relatively large amount of gold coinage that he struck at Rome for such a short reign.
www.roman-emperors.org /petmax.htm   (2800 words)

  
 Sevira, daughter of Magnus Maximus and wife of Vortigern
Maximus of Britain [Conce]nn, Pascen[t], Mau[n], An[n]an [+] Britu, moreover, (was) the son of Guorthi(girn), whom Germanus blessed and whom Severa bore to him, the daughter of Maximus the king, who slew the king of the Romans +
Maximus might have been the patron of Vortigern, who could rise in power under his brief reign from 383 until his death in 388.
We know of another daughter of Magnus Maximus (Maxima) who was married to a powerful man (Ennodius, proconsul Africae).
www.vortigernstudies.org.uk /artfam/sevira.htm   (389 words)

  
 Ruin - Magnus Maximus - Constantine III
MAGNUS MAXIMUS, a Spaniard, was a military commander in Britain when, in 383, he was proclaimed emperor by the troops, and promptly sailed for Gaul.
Gratian confronted Maximus, in the vicinity of Paris, but his army deserted to Maximus and he was forced to flee.
Magnus Maximus is usually equated with Macsen Wledig (Wledig - the Imperator) of Welsh tradition.
www.stephen.j.murray.btinternet.co.uk /maximus.htm   (4661 words)

  
 Magnus Maximus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
According to the Mabinogion, Magnus Maximus took as his wife Helen or Elen, daughter of a chieftain based at Segontium (Caernarfon).
Maximus was defeated, captured and executed by Theodosius I, along with his son.
Family fact sheet of Magnus Maximus, based on the Welsh legends about him (http://www.mathematical.com/wledigmacsen240.html)
www.sevenhills.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Magnus_Maximus   (505 words)

  
 Elen Lluyddog
Elen Lluyddog is the heroine of the tale of Breuddwyd Maxen Wledig (the dream of Magnus Maximus) and also figures in triad 30 of the Trioedd ynys Prydain.
The epithet is explained in triad 30 in that the host of Elen and Magnus Maximus was one of the "three lost levies" of the Island of Britain for they travelled to Brittany to gain the Emperorship of Rome and never returned (in this they were accompanied by Elen's brother, Cynan.
Though the tale of Magnus Maximus' dream is relatively late and Elen has been conflated within it both with Helen of Troy in terms of her beauty and St Helena (the mother of Constantine the Great) and a purported ancestress of the Dyfed line of princes according to Harleian Genealogy II.
www.celtnet.org.uk /gods_e/elen.html   (446 words)

  
 Britannia EBK Biographies: Eudaf Hen (alias Octavius the Old), High-King of Britain
The future Roman Emperor, Magnus Maximus, dreamt of Eudaf's beautiful daughter, Elen Lluyddog (of the Host), and sent emissaries across the Empire to find her.
Maximus came to Britain, married the girl and eventually inherited her father's kingdom, much to the disgust of his male heir, Conan Meriadoc.
Magnus Maximus and his wife probably inherited Eudaf's position in society, helping the former to put himself forward as Emperor of the West.
www.britannia.com /bios/ebk/eudanc.html   (407 words)

  
 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Magnus, Robot Fighter, 4000 AD
Magnus (whose name, Manning said later, was inspired by Maximus, a character in Leonard Starr's newspaper strip, Mary Perkins On Stage) was raised apart from human society, by Robot 1A.
Story-wise, Magnus was one of the better science fiction series in comics — but where it really excelled was in Manning's art.
The Magnus series was about as successful as most of the non-licensed adventure comics the company launched in the early 1960s.
www.toonopedia.com /magnus.htm   (662 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Magnus Maximus, having been sent back to Britain to help organise defences, defeats Picts and Scotii in a campaign in the North.
Magnus Maximus, now Dux Britaniarum, is declared Emperor of the West by his troops.
Maximus then sets up an Imperial court at Trier where he is recognised as ‘Senior Augustus of the West’ by Theodosius, Emperor of the Eastern Empire (son of Count Theodosius).
www.erauk.org /inf3.html   (3197 words)

  
 Magnus Maximus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Monmouth claims further that Maximus gathered an army as he sacked Frankish towns along the way.
Following his destruction of Gaul, Maximus went out to meet his main opponent, Gratianus, who he defeated near Paris and, after fleeing, was killed at Lyons on August 25, 383.
Maximus was defeated, captured and executed by Theodosius I, along with his son, while his soldiers were off stopping a rebellion in Britain caused by unitied Picts and Huns.
www.medicaliterature.com /Magnus_Maximus.wik   (465 words)

  
 1.2.2.9.2 Theodosius
No sooner had he brought the East under control than he was confronted with the rebellion of Maximus and the death of Gratian.
Maximus, a romantic character immortalized in "Puck of Pook's Hill," was a general in Britain when his discontented troops proclaimed him Emperor.
Son of Maximus, he was made Augustus in 387 and left in command of Gaul while Maximus invaded Italy.
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 The end of Roman rule
In 383 the British garrison proclaimed the Spaniard Magnus Maximus, known in Welsh legend as Macsen Wledig, as Emperor in Britain.
Maximus was beheaded in July of that year.
Totally ignorant of all the usages of war, Britain remained for many years groaning in a state of shock, exposed for the first time to two foreign tribes of extreme cruelty, the Scots from the north-west, the Picts from the north.
www.postroman.info /endrome1.htm   (478 words)

  
 Gwent, land ruled by Vortigern
Geoffrey has made the connection, by making Magnus Maximus the son-in-law of a Octavius of Gwent, but that may have been totally apocryphical, and only meant to explain Geoffrey’s notion of such a connection.
Back to Magnus Maximus, who is the connection between Gwent and Gwynedd through a possible confusion about the exact position of the region called Llydaw.
Like Vortigern, his father-in-law Magnus Maximus was connected to Gwynedd, but also to Gwent: his (semi-)legendary offspring appears in both areas.
www.vortigernstudies.org.uk /artgra/gwent.htm   (1478 words)

  
 MAGNUS MAXIMUS FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Gratianus, after fleeing, was killed at Lyons on August_25, 383.
Maximus was defeated in the battle_of_the_Save (388), captured and executed by Theodosius_I, along with his son.
According to Geoffrey_of_Monmouth, basis for many English and Welsh legends, Magnus was also a king of the Britons following the death of Octavius and a nephew of King Coel through his brother Ioelinus.
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 Dionotus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Dionotus was a legendary king of the Britons during the campaigns in Gaul led by Emperor Magnus Maximus, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth.
Britain, due to the war led by Maximus and the tragedy at sea, was empty of all able-bodied men and women.
Maximus died in Rome soon after and Dionotus became the official king of the Britons.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/D/Dionotus.htm   (392 words)

  
 EBK: Ancestry of Magnus Maximus
The popular story says he was the son of a Romano-Briton, named Lolelinus (or Llywelyn), who had travelled to Rome and become a senator in the Imperial Senate.
Coel Godhebog (the Magnificent) was thus made Maximus' uncle, and the Emperor Constantius Chlorus, the husband of his cousin, Helena.
Magnus Maximus married at least twice, though which came first is unknown.
www.earlybritishkingdoms.com /gene/maxanc.html   (365 words)

  
 EBK: Emperor Magnus Maximus of the West
Mauric arrived in Rome at the house of Magnus Maximus, just as he had received the unfortunate news that his dream girl could not be found.
Upon being introduced to everyone, Maximus was astounded to find that Eudaf was the old man in his dream and Conan, one of the chess-players (some say the other was his son, Cadfan).
Incensed, Maximus invaded the Western Empire, in 383, along with his son Victorius and 'Prince' Conan.
www.earlybritishkingdoms.com /bios/maximus.html   (779 words)

  
 Brink-Day-Johnston-Fletcher - Person Page 122
According to Welsh legend, the Emperor Magnus Maximus, known as MacsenWledig (the Imperator), was a widowed senator living in Rome.
Meurig arrived in Rome at the house of Magnus Maximus, just as he hadreceived the unfortunate news that his dream girl could not be found.Glad of the distraction and persuaded by Meurig's suggestion that hemight find support in Britain for his Imperial claims, Maximus gladlyagreed to return with him.
Maximus won over Gratian's advancingtroops; Gratian fled but was overtaken and killed (Aug. 25, 383).Maximus took up residence at Trier (in present-day Germany) and enteredinto negotiations with the Eastern emperor, Theodosius I. Since hostiletribes were threatening his eastern frontier, Theodosius decided torecognize Maximus rather than fight a war in the West.
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 I20410: Foulques III "Nerra" (Count of Anjou) (21 JUN 987 - 21 JUN 1040)
[5145] http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/wales.html Magnus Maximus, or Macsen Wledig as he was known to the British, was a general in the Roman Army stationed in Wales.
http://freespace.virgin.net/david.ford2/maxanc.html# Severa Magnus Clemens Maximus was born on the Iberian Peninsula in the mid 4th century.
Maximus, in fact, appears to have been a son of one Maximianus (Geoffrey's name for the former), a younger son of Constantine the Great.
www.pa.uky.edu /~shapere/dkbingham/d0004/g0000015.html   (736 words)

  
 Llys Arthur: Alternative Chronologies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
These two conflicting chronologies vividly illustrate both the difficulty of Gildas as a source and the overall lack of secure anchor-points in constructing a chronology for fifth-century Britain.
Dumville's chronology takes as its anchors: the death of Magnus Maximus in 388; the Honorian rescript of 410; and the third consulship of Agitius (Aetius) in 446.
Higham's chronology depends on: the death of Magnus Maximus in 388; and the 441 entry in the Gallic Chronicle of 452.
www.webexcel.ndirect.co.uk /gwarnant/arthur/arthurchronologies.htm   (421 words)

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