Valentinian I

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Valentinian I
65t Emperor o the Roman Empire
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Valentinian I
Ring 26 Februar – 28 Mairch 364 (whole empire);
26 Mairch 364 – 17 November 375 (emperor o the wast)
Predecessor Jovian
Successor Valens, Gratian an Valentinian II
Born 321
Cibalae, Pannonia Secunda (Vinkovci, present-day Croatie)
Dee'd (375-11-17)17 November 375 (aged 54)
Brigetio, Pannonia Valeria (Szőny, present-day Hungary)
Wifes
Issue Gratian
Valentinian II
Galla
Grata
Justa
Full name
Flavius Valentinianus (frae birth tae accession);
Flavius Valentinianus Augustus (as emperor)
Dynasty Valentinian
Faither Gratian the Elder
Releegion Nicene Christianity

Valentinian I (Laitin: Flavius Valentinianus Augustus;[1] 321 – 17 November 375), an aa kent as Valentinian the Great,[2][3][4][5] wis Roman emperor frae 364 tae 375.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. In Clessical Laitin, Valentinian's name would read as FLAVIVS VALENTINIANVS AVGVSTVS.
  2. Philip Schaff, A Select Library of the Nicene and post Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church, Volume 3. Eerdmans Publishing, University of California, 1956. p 146
  3. Edward Kenneth Rand, Founders of the Middle Ages. Dover Publications, University of Michigan, 1957. p 76
  4. Michael Whitby, Mary Whitby, Chronicon Paschale 284–628 AD. Liverpool University Press, University of Michigan, 1989. p 51, 53
  5. Gilbert Dagron, Emperor and priest: the imperial office in Byzantium. Cambridge University Press, 2003. p 26