Constantine

"The Great", 285-337. The first Christian Roman emperor, he founded Constantinople (Istanbul) thus confirming the separation of the Roman empire into East and West.

Constantine

[son of Leo V] ==Biography== Symbatios was the eldest son of Leo and his wife, Theodosia. As he was a child at the time of his father`s accession, he was born sometime between 800 and 810. The previous emperor, Michael I Rhangabes (r. 811–813), was likely the boy`s godfather. After Leo deposed Michael I and ascended the throne on Christma...
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Constantine

[departement] Constantine is a former French département in Algeria which existed between 1848 and 1962. The area of the former department, centered on the city of Constantine, is also referred to as Constantinois (قسنطينة Qusanṭīnah). ==History== Constantinois was part of the Roman province of Africa which also included areas to...
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Constantine

[consul 457] Flavius Constantinus (floruit 447-464) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, consul and three times praetorian prefect of the East. == Life == A native of Laodicea of Phrygia, Constantinus was named praetorian prefect of the East for the first time around 447, when he restored the Walls of Constantinople, which had been...
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Constantine

[name] Constantine (n or n; Latin: Cōnstantīnus, Greek: Κωνσταντῖνος, Kōnstantînos) is a masculine given name and surname which is derived from the Latin name Constantinus, a hypocoristic of the first names Constans and Constantius, both meaning `constant, steadfast` in Latin. The names are the Latin equivalents of the Bulg...
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Constantine

[British saint] Saint Constantine is the name of one or many British or Pictish saints. == Identification == A Saint Constantine is revered in Devon and Cornwall. Based purely on similarity of a common name, some have identified him with the monarch Constantine of Dumnonia, despite the latter`s condemnation for immoral behaviour by Gildas. ...
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Constantine

born in 272, Constantine assumed his father's position as one of four Roman emperors in Diocletian's continuing tetrarchy in 306; after a series of battles with rivals, he became sole emperor of the Empire in 323; perhaps his most famous battle was against his rival Maxentius at the Milvian bridge near Rome in 312; there, legend has it he saw the s...
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Constantine

[n] - Emperor of Rome who adopted the Christian faith and stopped the persecution of Christians (280-337) 2. [n] - a walled city in northeastern Algeria east of Algiers
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Constantine

noun a walled city in northeastern Algeria east of Algiers; was destroyed in warfare in the 4th century and rebuilt by Constantine I
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Constantine

Constantine I noun Emperor of Rome who stopped the persecution of Christians and in 324 made Christianity the official religion of the empire; in 330 he moved his capital from Rome to Byzantium and renamed it Constantinople (280-337)
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Constantine

(from the article `Israeli, Isaac ben Solomon`) ...dynasty (909–1171), whose capital was Al-Qayrawn. At the request of the caliph, Israeli wrote eight medical works in Arabic. All were translated ...
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Constantine

pope from 708 to 715.
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Constantine

usurping Roman emperor who was recognized as coruler by the Western emperor Honorius in 409.[3 related articles]
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Constantine

city, northeast Algeria. A natural fortress, the city occupies a rocky, diamond-shaped plateau that is surrounded, except at the southwest, by a ... [3 related articles]
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Constantine

Constantine is a Lat In boy name. The meaning of the name is `faithful, firmness ` Where is it used? The name Constantine is mainly used In History.How do they say it elsewhere? Cystenian ( In Welsh) Konstantyn ( In Polish) Konstant In ( In German, Scandinavian, Hungarian, Russian, Serbian and In Bulgarian) Constant In ( In French) See also In
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Constantine

[video game] Constantine is an action-adventure video game developed by Bits Studios and published by THQ in 2005 for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. GameCube and GBA versions had been cancelled. It is a movie tie-in license of the Warner Bros. film Constantine, in turn based on the Vertigo / DC Comics comic book series, Hell...
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Constantine

Constantine, d. 411, Roman general. He was proclaimed emperor by the Roman troops in Britain in 407 and led a revolt in Gaul and Spain against the Western emperor Honorius. He conquered part of Gaul and, through his son Constans, took Spain. Constantine forced recognition from Honorius as joint empe...
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Constantine

Constantine (kon'stuntēn) , ancient Cirta, city (1998 pop. 462,187), capital of Constantine dept., NE Algeria, on the gorge of the Rhumel River. A major inland city, it is the railhead of a prosperous and diverse agricultural area. Constantine is also a center of the grain trade and has fl...
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Constantine

Constantine (Konstantin Pavlovich) (kunstuntyēn' päv'luvich) , 1779–1831, Russian grand duke, second son of Czar Paul I and brother of Alexander I and Nicholas I. On the death of Alexander I (1825), Constantine was next in line for succession to the throne. However, in 1822 ...
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Constantine

Caius Flavius Valerius Aubelius Claudius Constantine (Constantine the Great) was a Roman emperor. He was born in 274 and died in 337. The son of the Emperor Constantius Chlorus, when his father was associated in the government by Diocletian, the son was retained at court as a hostage, but after Diocletian and Maximian had laid down the reins of gov...
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Constantine

City and capital of the department of Constantine in northeast Algeria; population (1998) 462,200. It lies 320 km/200 mi south of the capital, Algiers. Products include carpets and leather and woollen goods. The oldest city in Algeria, it was the capital of the Roman province of Numidia, but declined and was ruined, then restored in 313 by ...
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Constantine

[Briton] Constantine n was a minor king in 6th-century sub-Roman Britain, who was remembered in later British tradition as a legendary King of Britain. The only contemporary information about him comes from Gildas, who calls him king of Damnonia (probably Dumnonia) and castigates him for his various sins, including the murder of two `royal ...
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Constantine

Constantine most commonly refers to one of the following: It may also refer to: ==People== == Places == == Other == ...
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CONSTANTINE

Roman emperor who legalized and promoted Christianity.
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