||Julius Constantius was born circa 295. |
||Like his brother Flavius Dalmatius, he seems to have spent his youth under house arrest in Tolosa, and later in Corinth. He must have been recalled from exile ca. 325 or326 because his first wife Galla, the sister of Vulcacius Rufus and Neratius Cerealis, bore him his son Gallus at Massa Veternensis in Tuscany. She also bore him an son who died in the imperial purges in 337 and a daughter who became the first wife of the Emperor Constantius II in 335 or 336. The names of these two children have been lost from the historical record. He was consul in 335 with Ceionius Rufius Albinus and made a patricius by his half-brother. Galla must have died because he subsequently married Basilina, the daughter of Caeionius Iulianus Camenius. The only offspring of this union was the Emperor Julian. She passed away within several months of his birth. Constantius did not outlive brother Constantine by much because he perished in the imperial purges of 337.1 |
||Julius Constantius married Galla circa 320.1 |
||Julius Constantius married Basilina circa 330.2 |
||Find at Internet 337. |
Julius Constantius died in 337.