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History, Facts and Information about Constantius III
The content of this article provides interesting history, facts and information about the Emperor Constantius III who ruled the empire of Ancient Rome. Read about the life of Constantius III who can be described or remembered as:

 "The Emperor who retrieved the western empire from the brink of disaster..."

Short Biography about the life of Constantius III
Short Biography profile and facts about one of the most famous Romans of all, in the life of Constantius III, Emperor of the Western Roman Empire

  • Name commonly known as: Constantius III
  • Latin Roman Name: Flavius Constantius
  • Reigned as Roman Emperor / Caesar: 421 for 7 months, as co-emperor in the west with Honorius
  • Dynasty / Historical Period: Western Empire (394 - 476) which led to the disintegration of Roman authority and the Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Place and Date of Birth: Naissus (Serbia)
  • Family connections / Genealogy
    • Married: Galla Placidia, the half-sister of Honorius
    • Children: Valentinian III and Justa Grata Honoria
  • Place and Date of Death: 2 September 421
  • For the names of the next Roman emperors in the East and the West of the Empire refer to the Timeline of Roman Emperors

Interesting facts about the life of Constantius III
Obtain a fast overview of the times of the Roman Emperor Constantius III from the following facts and information about his life. Constantius III had married Galla Placidia, the half-sister of Honorius on 1 January AD 417. Constans II was the eldest son of the Roman usurper Constantine III and was appointed co-emperor by him from 409 to 411. The general Gerontius had rebelled against the Usurper Constans II, making alliances with barbarian tribes. Gerontius advanced on Constans and his father with the support of his barbarian allies. In the year 411, the joint forces of Constans II and Constantine's troops faced the rebel, Gerontius, and were defeated at Vienne. Constantius III marched into Gaul and drove Gerontius back into Spain, before he could seize the throne, where he was murdered by his troops. Constantius III then marched into Gaul and forced the Visigoths into Spain. Constantius III was appointed as co-emperor in the west with Honorius in 421. However, his reign only lasted for 7 months when he died on 2 September 421. Constantius III was a brave soldier and had retrieved the western empire from the brink of disaster.

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