Constantine II

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  • Constantine II — 1. (Flavius Claudius Constantinus) A.D. 317 340, emperor of Rome 337 340 (son of Constantine I). 2. born 1940, king of Greece 1964 74, in exile since 1967. * * * Greek Constantinos born June 2, 1940, Psikhikó, near Athens, Greece King of Greece… …   Universalium

  • Constantine (II) — ▪ antipope born 8th century died , Rome?       antipope from 767 to 768.       He was a soldier and through the support of his brother Toto, duke of the bishopric of Nepi near Rome was elected pope on July 5, 767, to succeed St. Paul I (Paul I,… …   Universalium

  • Constantine II —    Eldest son of Constantine I the Great (q.v.) and co emperor in the West with his brother Constans I (q.v.) from 337 until 340. A staunch opponent of Arianism (q.v.), he ruled over Gaul, Spain, and Britain (qq.v.). In 340 he invaded Italy… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Constantine II — /ˈkɒnstəntin/ (say konstuhnteen), / taɪn/ (say tuyn) noun born 1940, became king of Greece in 1964, went into exile in 1967. Official title, Constantine XIII …   Australian English dictionary

  • Constantine II — 1. (Flavius Claudius Constantinus) A.D. 317 340, emperor of Rome 337 340 (son of Constantine I). 2. born 1940, king of Greece 1964 74, in exile since 1967 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Constantine II of Scotland — Constantine II King of Alba Reign 900–943 Predecessor Donald II Successor Malcolm I …   Wikipedia

  • Constantine II of Greece — Constantine ΙΙ King of the Hellenes Reign 6 March 1964 – 1 June 1973 Predecessor Paul …   Wikipedia

  • Constantine II (emperor) — Constantine II Emperor of the Roman Empire Porphyry statue of Constantine II Reign 1 March 317 – 337 (as Caesar in the west und …   Wikipedia

  • Constantine II of Bulgaria — Constantine II Tsar (Emperor) of Bulgaria Seal of Constantine II Reign 1396 – 17 September 1422 Died 17 September 1422(1422 09 17 …   Wikipedia

  • Constantine II of Torres — Constantine II[1] (died December 1198), called de Martis, was the giudice of Logudoro. He succeeded to the giudicato sometime between 1181 and 1191. He was the son of Barisone II and Preziosa de Orrubu. His father associated him with the… …   Wikipedia

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