Heraclius
biographical name circa 575-641 Byzantine emperor (610-641)

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  • Heraclius — Héraclius Monnaie à l effigie d Héraclius et de ses fils Constantin III et Héraclonas Héraclius Ier (en latin Flavius Heraclius) ou Hérakleios (en grec ancien Ηράκλειος) (né vers 575, règne de …   Wikipédia en Français

  • HERACLIUS° — HERACLIUS°, emperor of the Byzantine Empire from 610 to 641. He is known for his repression of the Jews as a punishment for their sympathy, aid, and collaboration (alleged andactual) with the Persians during their conquest of Jerusalem in 614.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Heraclĭus — (a. Gesch.), s. Heraklios …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Heraclius — [her΄ə klī′əs, hi rak′lē əs] A.D. 575? 641; Byzantine emperor (610 641) …   English World dictionary

  • Heraclius — Infobox Monarch name =Heraclius title =Emperor of the Byzantine Empire caption =Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine reign =October 5, 610 – February 11, 641 coronation =October 5, 610 full name =Flavius Heraclius Augustus predecessor =Phocas… …   Wikipedia

  • Heraclius — /her euh kluy euhs, hi rak lee euhs/, n. A.D. 575? 641, Byzantine emperor 610 641. * * * ▪ Byzantine emperor born c. 575, , Cappadocia died Feb. 11, 641, Constantinople  Eastern Roman emperor (610–641) who reorganized and strengthened the… …   Universalium

  • Heraclius — Solidus des Herakleios mit seinen Söhnen Konstantin III. und Heraklonas. Herakleios (griechisch Flavios Heraklios Φλάβιος Ἡράκλειος, lat. Flavius Heraclius; …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Heraclius — (c. 575–641 AD)    Byzantine emperor. Son of Heraclius, the governor of Africa, of Armenian origin, and Epiphania. His father organized a revolt against the usurper Phocas in 610, sending a nephew, Nicetas, to secure Egypt while the younger… …   Ancient Egypt

  • HERACLIUS — I. HERACLIUS Ep. Caesariensis, Patriarcha Hierosolym. post Almericum, A. C. 1180. Successit Albertus. Gul. Tyrius. Item, Ep. Parifiensis, Conc. 1. Aurelianensi interfuit, A. C. 511. Item, Ep. Santonum, Nantinum Com. Engolismensem, qui sacerdotem… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Heraclius — (575–641)    Monarch.    Heraclius was born in Cappadocia. He became Byzantine Emperor in 610. During his reign, he reorganised the imperial army, but, despite this, Syria and Egypt were lost to the Arabs, Edessa and Antioch to the Persians and… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

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