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Theodosius II - Roman Emperor
Theodosius II codified the laws of Rome, signed a 100-year peace treaty with Persia, and gave tremendous concessions to the barbarian Vandals and Huns, ...
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The Theodosian Code - Medieval History - About.com
Definition: The Theodosian Code (in Latin, Codex Theodosianus) was a compilation of Roman Law authorized by Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius II in the ...
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Roman Emperors After Theodosius I - Ancient / Classical History
Roman emperors' timelines. Ancient / Classical History. Page 2.
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Why Was Theodosius I Called Theodosius the Great - Ancient ...
Explanation of why Theodosius I was called Theodosius the Great. ... of Theodosius I · Ambrose - Patron Saint of Learning · Roman Emperor Theodosius II.
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Roman Emperors After Theodosius I
Honorius. Jan 23, 393 - Aug 27, 423. Constantine III. 407 - Sept 18, 411. Theodosius II. Jan 10, 408 - July 28, 450. Constantius III. Feb 8, 421 - Sept 2, 421 . John.
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Pulcheria - Who Is Pulcheria - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
When Arcadius died in 408, Theodosius II became emperor, although he was still young. In July 414, Pulcheria was declared Augusta and from this time started ...
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Roman Emperors Table of Dates of the Byzantine Roman Emperors
Earlier Roman Emperors. 395-408 Arcadius 408-450 Theodosius II 450-457 Marcian 457-474 Leo I 474 Leo II 474-491 Zeno 475-476 Basiliscus 484-488 ...
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The Later Roman Emperors - European History - About.com
Jovian (363-364) Valentinian I (364-375) Valens (E, 364 – 378) Gratian (W, 375- 383, co regent 367) Valentinian II (375–392) Theodosius I, the Great (379-395)
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Marcian - Who Was the Roman Emperor Marcian
Bury says Emperor Theodosius II's Master of Soldiers, Aspar, and Marcian, an officer who had served as personal assistant to Aspar, attended the dying emperor ...
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Magnus Maximus - Roman Emperor - Ancient / Classical History
Valentinian II fled with his (regent) mother Justina to Theodosius whom they appealed to for help. In 388, Theodosius led his army against Maximus, who ...
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