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Ancestors of Gary Rea

Notes


Valentinian III Roman Emperor of the West

Roman Emperor 425 to 455.


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Licinia Eudoxia

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Theodosius II Roman Emperor of the East

Eastern Roman emperor from 408 to 450. He was a gentle, scholarly, easily dominated man who allowed his government to be run by a succession of relatives and ministers. Theodosius' name is associated with three important projects. The first, erection of an impregnable wall around Constantinople (413), was actually the work of Anthemius. The emperor did, however, have a hand in founding the University of Constantinople in 425 and in supervising compilation of the Theodosian Code (published 438), which codified the laws issued after 312. Theodosius died from injuries suffered during a hunting accident.


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2. ""Theodosius I" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
3. ""Arcadius" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
4. ""Eudoxia" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
5. ""Valentinian III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
6. ""Constantius III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
7. ""Theodosius II" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
8. ""Eudocia" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , .
9. Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, MD, 3rd Edition, 1998.
10. "Microsoft(r) Encarta 2000 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-2000 Microsoft Corporation.


Eudocia

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3. ""Arcadius" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
4. ""Eudoxia" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
5. ""Valentinian III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
6. ""Constantius III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
7. ""Theodosius II" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
8. ""Eudocia" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , .
9. Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, MD, 3rd Edition, 1998.
10. "Microsoft(r) Encarta 2000 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-2000 Microsoft Corporation.


Arcadius Roman Emperor of the East

(c. 377-408), Eastern Roman emperor conjointly with his father, Theodosius I, from 383 to 395, then solely till 402, when he associated his son Theodosius II with his own rule. Frail and ineffectual, he was dominated by his ministers, Rufinus, Eutropius, and Anthemius. His empire was a prey to the Goths, and his consort Eudoxia abetted the persecution of the patriarch St. John Chrysostom.

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2. ""Theodosius I" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
3. ""Arcadius" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
4. ""Eudoxia" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
5. ""Valentinian III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
6. ""Constantius III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
7. ""Theodosius II" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
8. ""Eudocia" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , .
9. Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, MD, 3rd Edition, 1998.
10. "Microsoft(r) Encarta 2000 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-2000 Microsoft Corporation.


Eudoxia

1. "IMPERIUM, Royal Database, http://www.ghgcorp.com/shetler/oldimp/076.html."
2. ""Theodosius I" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
3. ""Arcadius" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
4. ""Eudoxia" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
5. ""Valentinian III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
6. ""Constantius III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
7. ""Theodosius II" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
8. ""Eudocia" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , .
9. Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, MD, 3rd Edition, 1998.
10. "Microsoft(r) Encarta 2000 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-2000 Microsoft Corporation.


Flavius Honorius , Roman Emperor of the West

Western Roman Emperor 395-423
When Emperor Theodosius I died in 395, he permanently divided the Roman Empire, creating two independent Empires. Honorius received the West at the age of 11. His reign saw the invasion of Alaric I, King of the Visigoths and Attila, King of the Huns. When he died in 423 he barely held power. He was succeeded by his nephew Valentinian III.


Constantius III, Roman Emperor of the West

Flavius Constantius d. 421, Roman emperor of the West (421). In 411, as general of Honorius, he defeated Gerontius and Constantine; thereafter he was the virtual ruler of the West. Aspiring to the hand of Honorius’ sister Galla Placidia, he vied with his rival, Ataulf, the Visigothic king, and drove him from Gaul into Spain shortly after Ataulf’s marriage (414) to Galla Placidia. In 416, after Ataulf was assassinated, he made peace with the new Visigothic king, Wallia, and in 417 he married Galla Placidia. He was the prime mover in granting (418) local government to Gaul and in settling (419) the Visigoths in Aquitaine. In 421 Galla Placidia persuaded Honorius to make Constantius coemperor, but Constantius died a few months after his accession. He was the father of Valentinian III


Leontius of Athens

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2. ""Theodosius I" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
3. ""Arcadius" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
4. ""Eudoxia" Encyclopedia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
5. ""Valentinian III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online.," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
6. ""Constantius III" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
7. ""Theodosius II" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , [Accessed 26 August 2000].
8. ""Eudocia" Encyclop'dia Britannica Online," , .
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10. "Microsoft(r) Encarta 2000 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-2000 Microsoft Corporation.