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The Short-Lived Rebellion Of Valentinain Against Emperor Constans II

For the Empire of Constantinople, the 640s began with uncertainty and chaos. The long and stabilizing rule of Emperor Heraclius (r. 610-641) came to...

The Tale Of Emperor Constans II’s Get-Away Using A Body Double At The Bay...

Emperor Constans II of Constantinople (r. 641-668) had a lot on his imperial plate when he ascended to the throne after a complicated succession....

The Mysterious Death Of Prince Theodore Of Constantinople

Emperor Constans II of Constantinople (641-668/669), according to the historical tradition of his reign, was accused of murdering his own brother, Theodore, around the...

The Tale Of Saborios’ Rebellion And An Awkward Debate Between Rebels And A Byzantine...

A man named Saborios served as a general for the lackluster ruler, Emperor Constans II (r. 641-668/669) of Constantinople. This emperor came to power...

The Humble Life And Fragrant Death Of The Constantinople Nobleman, Gregory

A man named Gregory was the son of a brother of Emperor Heraclius of Constantinople (r. 610-641). Gregory’s father, Theodore, had played a prominent...

The Rebellion Of Pasagnathes Of Armenia

A man named Pasagnathes commanded troops and land in Armenia around the year 650 at the behest of the emperors of Constantinople. It was...

The Short, Disastrous Rebellion Of Patrician Gregory

By the 640s, Constantinople’s imperial holdings in North Africa came to be overseen by a certain patrician named Gregory. The region he commanded had...

Gisa—The Unrescued Daughter Of King Grimoald

Emperor Constans II ascended to the throne of the Empire of Constantinople in 641. About two decades later, around the year 662/663, Constans notably...

The Tale Of A Jail-Break And Assassination Carried Out By Prisoners From Constantinople

In the mid-7th century, the realm of the emperors of Constantinople came under attack from aggressive Arab armies. During the reign of the first...

The Easter Revenge Of The Lombards Against The City Of Forlimpopoli

King Grimoald, who usurped power over the Lombards in 662, faced an early crisis when Emperor Constans II of Constantinople (r. 641-668) personally departed...