Constantius   - in ancient sources @

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  Constantius   I Chlorus - Roman emperor in the west, died in 306 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
ExcBarb_48B 21 years, together with Constantius and Maximus for 12
Julian:Caes_315 Maximiani and my grandfather Constantius. These latter
Julian:Caes_336 for the sake of Claudius and Constantius. "As for you",
SelPap_1.36 6th year of our lords Constantius and Maximianus
SelPap_1.8 year of our lords Constantius and Maximianus Augusti

  Constantius 2   II - Roman emperor, 337-361 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
ExcBarb_48B onstantinus for 31 years Constantius, Costa and Constantin
Festus:Brev.26 throughout Oriens under Constantius Caesar, did not gain
Festus:Brev.27 ain a pardon. [27] Constantius fought against the Persians
Julian:Mis_340 whole day as my cousin [ Constantius ] used to do, and my
Julian:Mis_357 represent Christ, the latter Constantius. Bear with me,
SelPap_2.333 onsulship of our masters Constantius Augustus for the
SelPap_2.362 our masters the Augusti, Constantius for the 3rd time

  Constantius 3   (Julius Constantius) - Roman consul, 335 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
SelPap_1.10 the consulship of Julius Constantius, patrician, bro

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