Constanta Fl Valery( The Roman Emperor, the father of Constantine the Great.)
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Biography Constanta Fl Valery
(ca. 250-306) (or Constantius I Chlorine)
Often-used nickname Chlorine (Greek. 'pale') appears only in the later Byzantine sources. The origin and initial career Constance little known, especially since they were deliberately obscured perpetrated later attempts to make Constantine the Great in a relative of the Emperor Claudius Gotha. Constantius was born in Illyria, perhaps in a peasant family, and made a military career under the emperor Maximian. First wife Elena (Concubine) gave birth to Constantine, the future emperor. Ok. 289 Constantius left her and married Theodora, stepdaughter of Maximian, co-ruler of Emperor Diocletian. In 293 Maximian Constantius fathered and made him Caesar (ie. junior emperor). Constance has been allocated to the management of Gaul. He was also tasked to return to the Empire broke away Britain, with which he mastered in 296. Pagan-oriented monotheism (perhaps even Christianity), Constantius did not show zeal in the persecution of Christians by a decree of 303. In 305, after the abdication of Diocletian and Maximian, Constantius became Augustus in conjunction with Galleries. Constantius died the following year during the military campaign in Britain in Eborake (sovr. York).