Constantine

Constantine most commonly refers to one of the following:

  • Constantine (name), a given name and surname
  • Constantine I, Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, commonly known as Constantine the Great

It may also refer to:

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Other articles related to "constantine":

Constantine, Cornwall (disambiguation)
... Constantine, Cornwall is a village and civil parish in Cornwall, England, UK ... Constantine, Cornwall may also refer to Constantine Bay, a village in the parish of St Merryn, Cornwall ...
Constantine Doukas - Reign
... Constantine Doukas was the son of Andronikos Doukas, a Paphlagonian nobleman who may have served as governor of the theme of Moesia ... debates about philosophy and theology, Constantine gained influence after he married, as his second wife, Eudokia Makrembolitissa, the niece of Patriarch Michael Keroularios ... In 1057, Constantine supported the usurpation of Isaac I Komnenos, but gradually sided with the court bureaucracy against the new emperor's reforms ...
High Cross, Constantine
... It is situated one mile east of Constantine village and approximately four miles (6 km) southwest of Falmouth ... High Cross is in the civil parish of Constantine, Cornwall ... hedge at the junction of the road from Constantine to Penryn and the road from Mawnan Smith ...
George Hamilton Constantine
... George Hamilton Constantine (1878–1967) was a British painter of landscapes with figures and seascapes ... Born in 1878 in Sheffield, he was the son of Francis Alfred Constantine, a saw maker ... Constantine was assistant to Sir William Rothenstein in the 1930s, and became Director of Graves Art Gallery in Sheffield from 1938 until the 1950s ...
Maximus Of Hispania
... Relations between the usurper Constantine III and his general Gerontius, who had been sent to Hispania, had been deteriorating through the year 409 ... When Constantine sent an army under his son and heir Constans Gerontius mutinied and installed Maximus in the late summer of 410 ... suggests that Gerontius may have feared being replaced as Constantine's chief military figure in the Spanish provinces ...