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  Constantinus   (Flavius Valerius Constantinus Augustus) - Roman emperor, 306-337 A.D.
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Euseb]:Chron_71 until the 20th anniversary of Constantinus, there are 300
Euseb]:Chron_131 the 20th anniversary of Constantinus Victor Augustus, is
ExcBarb_48B 12 years Constantius, Constantinus the Great, and his
Festus:Brev.14 ured to the time of the Divine Constantine. [15] Now I kno
Festus:Brev.26 nal portion of his life, Constantine, master of affairs,
Julian:Caes_315 drove him away. Constantinus however entered and sat
Julian:Caes_318 and enjoyment. Let Constantinus come as far as the door."
Julian:Caes_328 speak and when to be silent." Constantinus was allowed
Julian:Caes_329 ence to all of us." "But Constantinus," said Silenus, "are
Julian:Caes_335 his speech, Hermes asked Constantinus, "And what was the
Julian:Caes_336 him. [336] As for Constantinus, he could not discover amo
SelPap_1.10 brother of our master Constantinus Augustus, and Ru
SelPap_2.363 onourable city Rome of Flavius Constantinus {Constanti

  Constantinus 2   (Flavius Claudius Constantinus Augustus) - Roman emperor, 337-340 A.D.
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ExcBarb_48B the Great, and his son Constantinus for 31 years Constan

Constantinussee Tiberius2

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