Constantine I (emperor)

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  • Sources on the Antonine Plague
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  • Vlassis R. Rassias,"Es Edafos Ferein", 2nd edition, Athens, 2000, ISBN 960-7748-20-4
    • Preceded by:
      Constantius I
      Roman Emperor

      with Galerius, Licinius
      and Maximinus

      Succeeded by:
      Constantius II,
      Constantine II and Constans
      Mythical British Kings
      Succeeded by:


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