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Constantine I
Emperor of the Roman Empire
Head of Constantine's colossal statue at the Capitoline Museums. The original marble statue was acrolithic and draped in a bronze cuirass.[1]
Orí-ìtẹ́25 July 306 AD – 29 October 312 AD (Caesar in the West; self-proclaimed Augustus from 309; recognized as such in the East in April 310)
29 October 312 – 19 September 324 (undisputed Augustus in the West, senior Augustus in the empire)
19 September 324 – 22 May 337 (emperor of united empire)
OrúkọFlavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus
Ọjọ́ìbí27 February ca. 272[2]
IbíbíbísíNaissus, Illyria (modern-day Niš, Serbia)
Aláìsí22 May 337(337-05-22) (ọmọ ọdún 65)
Ibi tó kú síNicomedia (modern-day Izmit, Turkey)
AṣájúConstantius I
Arọ́pọ̀Constantine II
ConsortMinervina, died or divorced before 307
Constantine II
Constantius II
BàbáConstantius Chlorus

Caesar Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus Augustus[3] (27 February c. 272[2] – 22 May 337) je obaluaye ni Ileobaluaye Romu tele.

  1. Jás Elsner, Imperial Rome and Christian Triumph, 64, fig.32
  2. 2.0 2.1 Birth dates vary but most modern historians use c. 272". Lenski, "Reign of Constantine" (CC), 59.
  3. In (Latin Constantine's official imperial title was IMPERATOR CAESAR FLAVIVS CONSTANTINVS PIVS FELIX INVICTVS AVGVSTVS, Imperator Caesar Flavius Constantine Augustus, the pious, the fortunate, the undefeated. After 312, he added MAXIMVS ("the greatest"), and after 325 replaced ("undefeated") with VICTOR, as invictus reminded of Sol Invictus, the Sun God.