Gratian

(AD 359-383) Roman emperor from 375. On the death of his father, Valentinian I, he became emperor in the western part of the empire (Britain, Spain, and Gaul) and Valentinian II, his half-brother, became...
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Gratian

[consul] Gratian was a mediaeval Roman noble, and son in law of Theophylact I, Count of Tusculum. ==Sources== ...
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Gratian

Gratian (grā'shun) , 359–83, Roman emperor of the West (375–83). At the death of his father, Valentinian I, he accepted the army's election of his brother, Valentinian II, as his colleague. Gratian took Britain, Gaul, and Spain as his own share of the empire and acted as guardi...
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Gratian

Italian monk who was the father of the study of canon law. His writing and teaching initiated canon law as a new branch of learning distinct from ... [2 related articles]
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Gratian

Roman emperor from 367 to 383. During part of his reign he shared this office with his father, Valentinian I (reigned 364–375), and his uncle Valens ... [6 related articles]
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