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  Theodosius I. - Wikipedia
In Sirmium ernannte Gratian Theodosius zunächst zum Heermeister über Illyrien.
Inwiefern eine zielgerichtete Förderung seitens Theodosius erfolgte, ist heute nicht mehr klar zu beantworten.
Adolf Lippold: Theodosius I., in: Pauly-Wissowa RE Supplementband 13, Sp.
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 Theodosius I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Theodosius was the last ruler of a united Roman Empire - after the division between his heirs it was never again ruled by a single man. He is also known for making Christianity the official state religion of the Roman Empire.
Theodosius and the Imperial family are separated from the nobles among the spectators in the Imperial box with a cover over them as a mark of their status.
Theodosius, on the other hand, cleaved closely to the Nicene Creed: this was the line that predominated in the West and was held by the important Alexandrian church.
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 THEODOSIUS (I.-III.) - LoveToKnow Article on THEODOSIUS (I.-III.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius, after reorganizing the army at Thessalonica, carried on a successful campaign of skirmishes along the Danube and induced numerous Gothic bands to give in their allegiance; his lieutenant Modares, a Gothic refugee, defeated the invaders severely in Thrace.
Theodosius was twice married(l) to Aelia Flacilla, the mother of Arcadius (3/7-408) and Honorius (384-423); (2) to Galla (d.
THEODOSIUS III., emperor of the East (716-717), was afinancial officer whom a Byzantine army rebelling against Anastasius III.
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 THEODOSIUS I.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
THEODOSIUS I. Theodosius I. Theodosius der Große der 'Gotenfreund' (* 11.
Der junge Theodosius verbrachte seine Kindheit in seiner spanischen Heimat.
Theodosius, der erst 380 getauft wurde, was allerdings zur damaligen Zeit nicht ungewöhnlich war, war tolerant gegenüber den Heiden, aber nach den Aufständen 390/91 des Gotenführers Alarich, dem politischen Gegenspieler seiner letzten Lebensjahre, verschärfte er seine Politik.
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 Theodosius I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius was, briefly, the last ruler of a united Roman Empire - after the division between his heirs it was never again ruled by a single man. The emperor Gratianus appointed Theodosius Co-augustus for the East in 378 after the death of the emperor Valens at the Battle of Adrianople (378).
Theodosius was raised in a Catholic (to be understood not in the modern sense, but in the non- Arian, "universal" sense) family.
Theodosius I progressively forbade public sacrifices, closed temples, and colluded in frequent acts of local violence by Christians against major cult sites: the destruction of the gigantic Serapeum of Alexandria, in around 392, was only the most spectacular such occasion.(Peter Brown, The Rise of Western Christendom, 2003, p.
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 Roman Emperors - DIR Theodosius I
Theodosius was Catholic and received baptism at the hands of bishop Acholius of Thessalonica during the autumn of 380 when serious illness threatened his life.
Theodosius' early reign witnessed the gradual expulsion of all heretical bishops from the towns and cities of the East and the transfer of all church buildings and property to their Catholic rivals.
Theodosius' importance rests on the fact that he founded a dynasty which continued in power until the death of his grandson Theodosius II in 450.
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 Theodosius I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius was, briefly, the last ruler of a united Roman Empire - after the division between his heirs it was never again ruled by a single man.
Theodosius oversaw the erection in 390 CE of the Egyptian obelisk from Karnak.
Apparently Theodosius was raised in a "Nicene" (Catholic), non-Arian family, for two days after he arrived in Constantinople, November 24, 380, Theodosius expelled the Arian bishop, Demophilus of Constantinople.
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 Theodosius I.
Sein Vater der Flavius Theodosius hieß hatte hier Besitzungen.
Theodosius ließ ihn jedoch vorerst gewähren jener ebenfalls Katholik war; aber vermutlich auch aus Reichssicherungsgründen.
Theodosius der erst 380 getauft wurde tolerant gegenüber den Heiden aber nach den 390 / 91 des Gotenführers Alarich dem politischen Gegenspieler seiner letzten Lebensjahre er seine Politik.
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 Theodosius I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius and the Imperial family separated from the nobles among the spectators the Imperial box with a cover over as a mark of their status.
Theodosius colluded in acts of local violence by Christians against cult sites: the destruction of the gigantic of Alexandria and its library by a mob in around 392 authorized by Theodosius extirpium malum) and described in exultant detail by propagandists was only the most spectacular such (Peter Brown The Rise of Western Christendom 2003 p.
It is worth that in 390 Ambrose had excommunicated Theodosius had recently ordered the massacre of several inhabitants of Thessalonica in response to the assassination of military governor stationed in the city and Theodosius performed several months of public penance.
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 Theodosius I. - netlexikon
In Sirmium ernannte Gratian Theodosius zunächst zum Heeresmeister über Illyrien.
Bei der Betrachtung der Religionspolitik des Theodosius muss betont werden, dass manch scharfe Verlautbarung in den Gesetzen eine eher milde Umsetzung in der Praxis fand.
Ders.: Theodosius I. in: Pauly-Wissowa RE Supplementband 13, Sp.
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 Theodosius I - FreeEncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius I the Great, also known as Flavius Theodosius, Roman emperor (born Spain around 346; died at Milan, January 17, 395).
The emperor Gratianus appointed Theodosius Co-augustus for the East in 378 after the death of the emperor Valens at the Battle of Adrianople (378).
Theodosius was raised in a Catholic (to be understood not in the modern sense, but in the non-Arian, "universal" sense) family.
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 Theodosius I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
After 392, following the death of Valentinian II, whom he had supported against a variety of usurpations, Theodosius ruled as sole emperor, defeating the pagan usurper Eugenius on September 6, 394, at the.
Theodosius and the Imperial family are separated from the nobles among the spectators in the with a cover over them as a mark of their status.
The Council of Nicea did not settle these controversies, and by the time of Theodosius' accession, there were still several different church factions that sought to impose their views on Christianity as a whole.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Theodosius I
His father, the Comes Theodosius, was a distinguished general; both he and the mother Thermantia were Catholics at a time when Arianism was at its strongest.
Theodosius the son distinguished himself in the army, was made Dux of Moesia, defeated the Sarmatians (Ammianus Marcellinus, XXIX, 6); then, when an intrigue brought about the disgrace and execution of his father (376) he retired to his own property in Spain.
Theodosius married Galla (daughter of Valentinian I) after the death of his first wife, and by her had a daughter, Galla Placidia, the mother of Valentinian III.
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 Theodosius I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Flavius Theodosius (Cauca [Coca-Segovia], Spain, January 11, 347 - Milan, January 17, 395), also called Theodosius I and Theodosius the Great, was a Roman emperor.
Theodosius accompanied his father to Britannia to help him quell the Great Conspiracy in 368.
After 392 following the death of Valentinian II, whom he had supported against a variety of usurpations, Theodosius ruled as sole emperor, defeating the pagan usurper Eugenius on September 6, 394, at the Battle of Frigidus.
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 AllRefer.com - Theodosius I (Ancient History, Late Roman And Byzantine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Theodosius I or Theodosius the Great, 346?–395, Roman emperor of the East (379–95) and emperor of the West (394–95), son of Theodosius, the general of Valentinian I. He became (375) military governor of Moesia, but following the execution (376) of his father he retired to Spain.
Theodosius, whom Gratian made co-augustus in 379, took up arms against the Visigoths, who were plundering the Balkan Peninsula.
When Theodosius ordered a massacre in Salonica to punish the citizens for a rebellion against the garrison, he had to humble himself in the cathedral of Milan before Ambrose lifted his excommunication.
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 Theodosius I.
Theodosius I. Theodosius I. Theodosius I., eigentlich Flavius Theodosius, genannt Theodosius der Große, (347-395), römischer Kaiser (379-395) und letzter Herrscher eines vereinten Römischen Reiches.
Theodosius was born in Spain, the son of the Roman general Theodosius.
Theodosius was a champion of orthodox Christianity; he persecuted the Arians and discouraged pagan practices.
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 Theodosius I. - Wikipedie
Theodosius I., plným jménem Flavius Theodosius, známý též jako Theodosius Veliký (11.
Roku 380 vydal Theodosius I. edikt, jímž povýšil křesťanství na jediné oficiálně uznávané náboženství v římské říši.
Theodosius I. byl posledním římským imperátorem, který soustředil ve svých rukách vládu nad celou říši.
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 Theodosius I. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
or Theodosius the Great, 346?–395, Roman emperor of the East (379–95) and emperor of the West (394–95), son of Theodosius, the general of Valentinian I. He became (375) military governor of Moesia, but following the execution (376) of his father he retired to Spain.
In 383, Gratian was murdered; Theodosius was forced to recognize the usurper, Maximus, as emperor in the West outside Italy, where Gratian’s brother and legal successor, Valentinian II, held authority.
The reign of Theodosius is most notable for its prominence in the history of the Christian Church.
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 Theodosius I, Emperor of Rome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius was the son of the famous general Flavius Theodosius and was born in Spain.
When the Roman Emperor Gratian died in 383, Theodosius recognized the usurper Maximus as Emperor in the West with the exception of Italy, where Valentinian II ruled as Emperor.
Theodosius marched to Italy and defeated the two pretenders in 394, becoming the first sole Roman Emperor since the Emperor Jovian died in 364.
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 Christian History - Theodosius I - 131 Christians Everyone Should Know
Theodosius learned his military lessons by campaigning with his father's staff in Britain and elsewhere.
Theodosius, for his part, tried to reverse that legacy by persecuting heretics and pagans.
Theodosius ended his reign by defeating political enemies in the West, so that by late 394, he stood alone as emperor of a once-more united empire.
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 Theodosius I. - definition erklärung bedeutung glossar zu Theodosius I.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sein Vater, der ebenfalls Flavius Theodosius hieß, hatte hier größere Besitzungen.
Theodosius ließ ihn jedoch vorerst gewähren, da jener ebenfalls Katholik war; aber vermutlich auch aus Reichssicherungsgründen.
Theodosius, der erst 380 getauft wurde, war tolerant gegenüber den Heiden, aber nach den Aufständen 390/91 des Gotenführers Alarich, dem politischen Gegenspieler seiner letzten Lebensjahre, verschärfte er seine Politik.
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 ACM Presents DOUG SMITH: FEATURED COIN: "Theodosius I AE4"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius I is most notable as a ruler for his follow-up to Constantine's conversion of the Empire to Christianity.
Theodosius also set the stage for the middle ages with his edict forbidding tenants from leaving the land on which they were born without permission from the landowner.
In this case the three were Gratian, Valentinian II and Theodosius I. For a short time following the deaths of his collegues, Theodosius alone ruled the entire Roman Empire.
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 Background and youth (from Theodosius I) --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Theodosius was born in the province of Gallaecia in northwestern Spain.
Theodosius, who grew up in Spain, did not receive an extensive education but was intellectually open-minded and acquired a special interest…
A Russian American scientist, Theodosius Dobzhansky had a major influence on 20th-century thought and research in genetics and the study of evolution.
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 The Ecole Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Theodosius (347-395 CE) was the son of the Spanish general Flavius Theodosius.
After his father's death, Theodosius withdrew from military life until 379, when the emperor Gratian named him Augustus, or co-ruler, of the east.
In 391 and 392, Theodosius began to do away with paganism by first prohibiting sacrifices and later prohibiting the worship of pagan gods.
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 Emperor Theodosius I *The Great*
After defeating the Sarmatians, Theodosius was proclaimed co-emperor on 19 January 379 and ruled the provinces of Dacia (Romania) and Macedonia.
In 388 Theodosius punished orthodox fanatics who had set fire to a synagogue and to the shrine of a sect, which caused a conflict between him and Bishop Ambrose.
The Bishop required him to do public penance to which, as a devout Christian, Theodosius acceded, but only after pointing out that he was not willing to grant the Bishop greater.
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