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- Arcadius was shown a painting of Aelia Eudoxia, the daughter of the deceased Frankish magister militum per orientem, Bauto. Introduced to Arcadius by...
- Arcadius may refer to: Flavius Arcadius (377-408), Byzantine emperor Arcadius of Antioch, Gr**** grammarian Arkadios II, Monothelite archbishop of Cyprus...
- Arcadius of Mauretania (died c. 302) is venerated as a saint and martyr. Tradition states that he was a prominent citizen of Caesarea in Mauretania Caesariensis...
- Saint Arcadius (died 549 AD) was a bishop of Bourges. He took part in the Third Council of Orléans (538). He was bishop for about 15 years. His episcopate...
- The column of Arcadius (Turkish: Arkadyos Sütunu or Avrat Taşı) was a Roman triumphal column in the forum of Arcadius in Constantinople built in the early...
- Arcadius Avell****, born Mogyoróssy Arkád (6 February 1851 – 16 June 1935), was a Hungarian American scholar of Latin and a proponent of Living Latin....
- The Baths of Arcadius (Latin: Thermae Arcadiane) were a Roman bath located in Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. It is unknown whether...
- Theodosius became the senior emperor, having already made his eldest son Arcadius his co-augustus. Theodosius then defeated the usurper Eugenius (r. 392–394)...
- died of oedema in Milan. Arcadius succeeded him in the Eastern Roman Empire and Honorius in the Western Roman Empire. Arcadius was effectively placed under...
- ruling as the eastern Empire's sole emperor after the death of his father Arcadius in 408. His reign was marked by the promulgation of the Theodosian law...
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