Anthemius

(lived 5th-6th century AD) Greek mathematician and architect. He created the new design and began the rebuilding of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople (now Istanbul) for Byzantine emperor Justinian after the church was destroyed......
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Anthemius

(from the article `Theodosius II`) The son of the Eastern emperor Arcadius (reigned 383–408), he was made coemperor in 402 and became sole ruler of the East upon his father`s death in ...
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Anthemius

Western Roman emperor who reigned from April 12, 467, to July 11, 472.[1 related articles]
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Anthemius

Procopius Anthemius (c. 420 – 11 July 472) was Western Roman Emperor from 467 to 472. Perhaps the last capable Western Roman Emperor, Anthemius attempted to solve the two primary military challenges facing the remains of the Western Roman Empire: the resurgent Visigoths, under Euric, whose domain straddled the Pyrenees; and the unvanquished Vand...
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