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134962444194816000. Annun (Dyfed) Ap Macsen,1034 son of Macsen "Wledig" (Maximus) Emperor and Elen "Luyddog" Ferch Eudaf, was born about 355 in Wales.1034

Annun married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222097408000        i.  Ednyfed (Nyfed) Ap Annun (born about 382 in North Wales)


134962444194840576. Gloyw "Wallt Hir" 1034 was born about 270 in Wales.1034

Gloyw married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222097420288        i.  Gwidolin Ap Gloyw (born about 300 in Wales)


134962444195397632. Corath Ap Eochaid,1034 son of Eochaid "Allmuir" and Unknown, was born about 370 in Dyfed, Wales.1034

Corath married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222097698816        i.  Owain "Fraisg" (Aled "Brosc") Ap Corath (born about 400 in Dyfed, Wales)


134962444220235776. Gwron Ap Cunedda,1034 son of Cunedda "Wledig" Ap Edern and Gwawl Ferch Coel, was born about 431 in Votadini, North Britain.1034

Gwron married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222110117888        i.  Meilir "Meilirion" Ap Gwron (born about 464 in North Wales)


134962444224397314. Brydw Ap Gwrtheyrn,1034 son of Gwrtheyrn "Gwrtheneu" (Vortigern) Ap Gwidol and Severa Ferch Macsen, was born about 387 in Wales.1034

Brydw married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222112198657        i.  Thewer Ferch Brydw (born about 435 in Wales)


134962444289761792. King Capoir DRUID,1601,1746 son of King Pyr DRUID and Unknown, was born in , , Wales, Great Britain.

Capoir married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222144880896        i.  Leader Mynogan BRITAIN BRYTHONS (born in <, , Great Britain>)


134962444289761794. St. Joseph Of ARIMATHEA,1601,1746 son of Matthan Or Matthat and Unknown, was born in Of, , , Arimathea and died on 27 July 82 in , , , Glastonbury.

General Notes:
Joseph of Arimathea is recorded first as a rich man, who provided the sepulchre for the body of Jesus (Matt. 27:57-60) . "according to theTalmud...Joseph was the youngest brother of the father of the Virgin Mary. He was her uncle, and therefore a great uncle of Jesus." (GeorgeF. Jowett, TH E DRAMA OF THE LOST DISCIPLES, Covenant Publishing Co.,1978).

Joseph's official title is given as 'Nobilis Decurio' . This would indicate that he held a prominent position in the Roman administrationas a minister of mines...(Jowett ).

"Joseph of Arimathea made his money in the tin trade.. .with Cornwall (Wales)...made voyages...in his own ships... " (Rev. Lionel Smithett, ST.JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA OF GLASTONB URY, James Clark & Co.,London, England, 1955, p.167).

"Immediately after the crucifixion, the Jews sought to arrest Joseph, Nicodemus and others...(he) escaped ... went to Philip to be taught, and with son, Josephus, was baptized by him." (Smithett).

Cardinal Baronius ...Curator fro the famous Vatican Library...quoting from his ECCLESIASTICAL ANNALS referring to the yearA.D. 36:

"In that year the party mentioned was exposed to the sea in avessel without sails and without oars. The vessel drifted finally to Marseilles (France) and they were saved . From Marseilles, Joseph and his company passed into Britain..." (Jowett p.32-33).

See also Jewish Encyclopedia under "arles". Baronius record, naming the occupants of the castaway boat as Mary Ma gdalene, Martha...and others.

Others report Mary, the Mother of Jesus...and the Beth any sisters...whom Christ loved...as occupants of the boat " (Jowett,pp.63,70,75)".

Cressy, The Benedictine, tells us that St. Joseph died in Glastonbury, 27 Jul A.D. 82." (Smithett, p.111).

Joseph's descendants became ancestors of some illustrious Kings and Princes, including "Old King Cole" and the famous King Arthur of the Round Table. (Albert F. Schmuhl, THE ROYAL LINE).

The monk Hugh Paulinus de Cressy, writing during the seventeenth century speaks of the first century church in Britain. It was he who gave us the date of St. Joseph's death , July 27 A.D. 82, and his coming in these words,

"Now the most eminent of the primitive disciples, and who contributed most to this heavenly building was St.Joseph of Arimathea, and eleven of his companions with him, among whom is reckoned his son of his own name."

He tells us that Britain "received the beams of the Sun of Righteousness before many other countries nearer approaching to the place where He first rose".

Cressy spent many years studying and writing in France . It is possible that French church documents may have contained some of the information which he passes on to us, the foundations of churches in both countries being closely linked together. He does claim to have copied original documents. (OUR NEGLECTED HERITAGE, Gladys Taylor,Covenant Books, England)

Cressy quotes freely from the Jesuit, Michael Alford , who wrote his ANNALES ECCLESIAE BRITANNICAE a little before. He claimed "The Christian Religion began in Britain within fifty years of Christ's Ascension."

Joseph married.

Children from this marriage were:

                         i.  Joseph was born in <Of, , , Arimathea>.

67481222144880897       ii.  Cousin To Virgin Mary Anna (born in <, , Great Britain>)


134962444289761864. Marcus Livius Drusus "The Elder" ROMAN EMPIRE died in 109 B.C..

Marcus married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222144880932        i.  Marcus Livius Drusus "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE (died in 91 B.C.)


134962444289761872. Gaius Antonius I ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,1746 was born in 168 B.C. in Roma, Italy.

Gaius married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222144880936        i.  Marcus Antonius "the Orator" Consul ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 143 B.C. in Roma, Italy - died in 87 B.C. in Roma, Italy)


134962444289761876. Ceasar Lucius Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Ceasar Sextus Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 152 BC, , Roma, Italy and died in Y.

Lucius married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222144880938        i.  Ceasar Lucius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE (born in Roma, Italy - died in 87 B.C.)


134962444289761880. Tribune in Sicily Caius Octavius II ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Caius Octavius I ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 154 B.C. in Roma, Italy.

Caius married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222144880940        i.  Magistrate of Velitrae Caius Octavius III ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 84 B.C. in Roma, Italy - died in 20 B.C. in Campania)


134962444289761886. Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Caius Julius II ROMAN EMPIRE and Marcia ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 124 B.C. in Roma, Italy and died in 84 B.C. in Pisa, Roma, Italy at age 40.

General Notes:
Died suddenly "while putting on his shoes" at Pisa, 84 B.C.

Caius married Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Rome, Italy>. Aurelia was born in <124 BC, , Roma, Italy> and died in Y.

Children from this marriage were:

67481222144880943        i.  Julia ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 83 B.C. in Roma, , Italy - died in 51 B.C.)

                        ii.  Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar ROMAN EMPIRE was born in 100 B.C. in , , Rome, Italy, died on 15 March 44 B.C. in , , Rome, Italy at age 56, and was buried in , , Rome, Italy. The cause of his death was Assassinated.


134962444289761887. Aurelia ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,1746 was born in <124 BC, , Roma, Italy> and died in Y.

Aurelia married Praetor Caius Julius III ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Rome, Italy>. Caius was born in 124 B.C. in Roma, Italy and died in 84 B.C. in Pisa, Roma, Italy at age 40.

134962444661440512. King Bartherus FRANKS,1601,1746 son of King Hilderic FRANKS and Unknown, was born in 238 and died in 272 at age 34.

Bartherus married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222330720256        i.  CLODIUS King Of The Franks (born before 264 - died in 298)


134962444661587968. Huna EXILARCH OF ISRAELL,3340 son of Shaphat EXILARCH OF BABYLON and Unknown, was born in 170 and died in 210 at age 40.

Huna married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222330793984        i.  Nathan 'Ukba EXILARCH OF ISRAELL (born in 210 - died in 240)


134962444661604352. Narses SHAH OF PERSIA,3340,3432 son of Shapir I SHAH OF PERSIA and GURDZAD.

Narses married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222330802176        i.  Hormezd II SHAH OF PERSIA


134962444661604354. Bashana KING OF KUSHAN 3340.,3432

Bashana married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222330802177        i.  Daughter Of Bashana KING OF KUSHAN


134962444668895232. King In Sweden Dyggvi DOMARSSON,1601,1746 son of Domar DOMALDASSON and Drott DANPSDOTTER, was born about 382 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

Dyggvi married Mrs-Dyggvi DOMARSSON 1601 about 402 in Of, , , Sweden. Mrs-Dyggvi was born about 386 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447616        i.  Dag DYGGVASSON (born about 403 in , , , Sweden - died in Y)


134962444668895233. Mrs-Dyggvi DOMARSSON 1601,1746 was born about 386 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

Mrs-Dyggvi married King In Sweden Dyggvi DOMARSSON 1601 about 402 in Of, , , Sweden. Dyggvi was born about 382 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

134962444668895744. King Frodi Havarsson DENMARK,1601,1746 son of King Harvar "The Handstrong" Fridleifsson DENMARK and Mrs-Haver FRIDLEIFSSON, was born in 351 in , , , Denmark and died in Y.

Frodi married Mrs-Frodi HAVARSSON 1601 about 368 in , , , Denmark. Mrs-Frodi was born about 351 in , , , Denmark and died in Y.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447872        i.  King Vermund "The Wise" Frodasson DENMARK (born about 369 in , , , Denmark - died in Y)


134962444668895745. Mrs-Frodi HAVARSSON 1601,1746 was born about 351 in , , , Denmark and died in Y.

Mrs-Frodi married King Frodi Havarsson DENMARK 1601 about 368 in , , , Denmark. Frodi was born in 351 in , , , Denmark and died in Y.

134962444668895808. Radagaisus Of The VANDALS,505 son of Miercislaus King Of The HERULI and Unknown, was born about 335 in Hungary and died in 405 about age 70.

Radagaisus married Cella Of The VANDALS. Cella was born about 338 in Hungary.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447904        i.  Gondeguslus (Corisco) King Of The VANDALS (born about 360 in Hungary)


134962444668895809. Cella Of The VANDALS 505 was born about 338 in Hungary.

Cella married Radagaisus Of The VANDALS. Radagaisus was born about 335 in Hungary and died in 405 about age 70.

134962444668895824. Constantine the Great (Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus) Emperor of ROMAN EMPIRE, son of Constantius I (Flavius Valerius Constantius Chlorus) "the Pale" Emperor of ROMAN EMPIRE and Helen (St. Helena of the Cross) of BRITAIN, was born on 17 February 265 in Naissus in Moesia, died from May 336 to 37 at age 71, and was buried in church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople.

General Notes:
Constantine received only a meager education. He took up soldiering early, and proved his valor in the wars against Egypt and Persia. He was of British birth and education, and is known as the first Christian Emperor. He fought with his father in the Boulogne campaign and shared in a British campaign. The Gallic army, deeply loyal to the humane Constantius, came to love his handsome, brave, and energetic son; and when the father died at York in 306, the troops proclaimed Constantine not merely as "Caesar" but as Augustus - emperor. He accepted the lesser title, excusing himself on the grounds that his life would be unsafe without an army at his back. Consequently Constantine fought successfully against the invading Franks. Later, with a British army he set out to put down the persecution of Christians forever. The greatest of all Roman Emperors, he annexed Britain to the Roman Empire and founded Constantinople. In the year 321 he decreed that the Christian Sunday be truly observed as a day of rest. In 325 he assembled the Council of Nicea in Bithynia, Asia Minor, which he attended in person. This Council formulated the Nicene Creed. The following edict of Constantine sets forth the standards of his life: "We call God to witness, the Savior of all men, that in assuming the government we are influenced solely by these two considerations - the uniting of the empire in one faith, and the restoration of peace to a world rent in pieces by the insanity of religious persecution."

Constantine married Minervina ROMAN EMPIRE.

Constantine next married Fausta ROMAN EMPIRE.


134962444668895825. Fausta ROMAN EMPIRE, daughter of Emperor Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximian ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown.

Fausta married Constantine the Great (Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus) Emperor of ROMAN EMPIRE. Constantine was born on 17 February 265 in Naissus in Moesia, died from May 336 to 37 at age 71, and was buried in church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople.

134962444668895828. General Flavius Theodosius "The Elder" of ROMAN EMPIRE 505,3488 was born about 325 in Cauca (Coca), Gallaecia, Spain and died in 375 in Executed In Carthage, Africa 3485 about age 50.

General Notes: Theodosius was Valentinian I's general in Amiens, France in 367, who was defending Britain from Saxon, Pictish, and Scottish invaders..

Flavius married Thermantia. Thermantia was born about 325.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447914        i.  Emperor Theodosius I "The Great" of ROMAN EMPIRE (born on 11 January 346-47 in Cauca (Coca), Gallaecia, Spain - died on 17 January 394-95 in Milan, Italy)


134962444668895829. Thermantia 505 was born about 325.

Thermantia married General Flavius Theodosius "The Elder" of ROMAN EMPIRE.3488 Flavius was born about 325 in Cauca (Coca), Gallaecia, Spain and died in 375 in Executed In Carthage, Africa 3485 about age 50.


134962444668895830. Valentinian I Emperor of ROMAN EMPIRE,505,3488 son of Gratian of Pannonia ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 321 in Cibalis Pannonia, Roman Empire 3488 and died on 17 November 375 in Brigetio, Pannonia-Inferior, Yugoslavia 3488 at age 54.

General Notes: Valentinian I, Latin in full Flavius Valentinianus (b. 321 - d. 17 Nov 375, Brigetio, Pannonia Inferior), Roman emperor from 364 to 375 who skillfully and successfully defended the frontiers of the Western Empire against Germanic invasions.

Valentinian, the son of an army officer stationed in Pannonia (in central Europe), joined the army and served with his father in Africa. According to some sources, when Valentinian was a tribune in the forces of Julian the Apostate (emperor 360-363), he was disgraced for refusal to renounce Christianity. He did serve, however, in Julian's Persian expedition of 363, and was promoted by Julian's successor, Jovian, who died soon afterward (17 Feb 364).

Nine days later the commanders of the army proclaimed Valentinian emperor at Nicaea (modern Iznik, Turkey). On March 28 he appointed his younger brother Valens as co-ruler and assigned him to govern the East, while Valentinian retained the West. Both agreed to allow religious toleration, which, unlike Valens, Valentinian maintained throughout his reign.

Displaying inexhaustible energy, Valentinian set about fortifying and defending the borders. In January 365, his generals in Gaul were defeated by the Germanic Alemanni; by October, Valentinian had set up residence in Paris from which he directed operations against the invaders. His general Jovinus defeated them three times. At Durocatalaunum (modern Chalons-sur-Marne, France), the third engagement, Jovinus inflicted heavy casualties on the Alemanni, securing Gaul for years to come. Meanwhile, in 367, the Emperor moved to Ambiani (modern Amiens, France) to be in closer communication with his general Theodosius (father of the Later Emperor Theodosius I), who was defending Britain from Saxon, Pictish, and Scottish invaders.

In order to strengthen the line of succession, Valentinian proclaimed (24 Aug 367) his nine-year-old son, Gratian, as co-emperor. Two months later Valentinian took up residence at Trier (now in Germany). He remained there for seven years, devoting his attention to the construction of an elaborate system of fortifications on the Rhine. Then, an invasion of Pannonia by the Quadi in 275 brought Valentinian to Sirmium (modern Sremska Metrovica, Yugoslavia), where he soon fell sick and died.

Despite his achievements, Valentinian gained a reputation for irritability and cruelty. He frequently chose ministers of the worst character who ruthlessly oppressed provincials.

[Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1995]

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 364-375 (West only). 3479

Valentinian married Justina. Justina was born about 325.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447915        i.  Galla of ROMAN EMPIRE (born about 350 - died in 394)


134962444668895831. Justina 505 was born about 325.

Justina married Valentinian I Emperor of ROMAN EMPIRE.3488 Valentinian was born in 321 in Cibalis Pannonia, Roman Empire 3488 and died on 17 November 375 in Brigetio, Pannonia-Inferior, Yugoslavia 3488 at age 54.

134962444668895832. Emperor Theodosius I "The Great" of ROMAN EMPIRE,505,3485 son of General Flavius Theodosius "The Elder" of ROMAN EMPIRE and Thermantia, was born from 11 January 346 to 47 in Cauca (Coca), Gallaecia, Spain,3485 died from 17 January 394 to 95 in Milan, Italy 3485 at age 48, and was buried in Constantine Ii's Mausoleum, Constantinople.

General Notes: Theodosius I, byname Theodosius the Great, in full Flavius Theodosius (b. 11 Jan 347, Cauca (Coca), Gallaecia - d. 17 Jan 395 Mediolanum (Milan)), Roman emperor of the East (379-392) and then sole emperor of both East and West (392-395), who, in vigorous suppression of paganism and Arianism, established the creed of the Council of Nicaea (325) as the universal norm for Christian orthodoxy and directed the convening of the second general council at Constantinople (381) to clarify the formula.

Theodosius was born in the province of Gallaecia in northwestern Spain. His father was to become the general Flavius Theodosius; his mother's name is unknown. His grandparents, like his parents, were probably already Christians. Theodosius, who grew up in Spain, did not receive an extensive education but was intellectually open-minded and acquired a special interest in the study of history.

While on his father's staff, he participated in his campaigns against the Picts and Scots in Britain in 368-373, against the Alemanni in Gaul in 370, and against the Sarmatians in the Balkans in 372-373. As a military commander in Moesia, a Roman provence on the lower Danube, he defeated the Sarmatians in 374. When his father was sentenced to death and executed as a result of political intrigues by enemies at court, Theodosius withdrew to his Spanish estates. At the end of 376, he married Aelia Facilla, also a Spaniard. His first son, the future emperor Arcadius, was born in 377, and his daughter Pulcheria in 378.

Immediately after the catastrophic defeat of the emperor Valens, who perished at the hands of the Visigoths and other barbarians on 9 Aug 378, near Adrianople, the emperor Gratian unexpectedly summoned Theodosius to his court. When Theodosius had once again proved his military ability by a victory over the Sarmatians, Gratian proclaimed him co-emperor on 19 Jan 379. His dominion was to be the eastern part of the empire, including the provinces of Dacia (present-day Romania) and Macedonia, which had been especially infiltrated by barbarians in the preceding few years.

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In 383, Maximus, a Spaniard who had been proclaimed emperor by the troops in Britain asserted himself as ruler in the Western provinces (praefectura Galliarum). Suspicions that Theodosius was in collusion with the usurper and thus implicated int he death of Emperor Gratian in August 282 are unfounded. Theodosius, who had to acknowledge the sovereignty of Gratian's stepbrother Valentinian II, born in 371 and the nominal ruler in Italy since the end of 375, could not interfere with Maximus, for he lacked both sufficient military strength and secure borders. Yet, when Maximus invaded Italy in 387 and Valentinian was forced to flee to Thessalonica, Theodosius soon decided upon coutermeasures. His decision was perhaps hastened throught the influence of Valentinian's mother, whose daughter Galla he had married at the end of 387, having been a widower since 386.

Theodosius' position by that time had become stronger. Long-standing negotiations with the Persians over the division of power in Armenia had resulted in a treaty that was to become the basis for a long period of peace on the eastern border. Having ordered one army division from Egypt to Africa and sent Valentinian with a fleet to Italy, Theodosius set out in the spring of 388 with the main body of troops to move against Maximus' army, which had invaded Pannonia in the Balkans. By July the enemy was defeated. When Maximus surrendered at the end of August he was branded as a usurper, but his followers were generally treated with leniency.

In the same year, Theodosius again relinquished the West to his co-emperor Valetinian but secured his own influence by pacing the Frankish general Arbogast, a man he trusted, at Valentinian's side as general adviser. By remaining in Italy until the spring of 391, where he resided mostly in Milan, Theodosius emphasized his claim to supreme authority throughout the empire. In 389 he visitied Rome, where, accompanied by his four-year-old son Honorius, he mad a triumphant entry.

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A new crisis arose for Theodosius three months after Valentinian's death on 15 May 392. Arbogast treacherously proclaimed as emperor of the West a former rhetoric teacher, Eugenius, who had close connections with the pagan aristocracy of the Senate. Theodosius, who did not yet dare risk a civil war, delayed reception of a legation requesting recognition of Arbogast's puppet. On 8 Nov 392, he made his edicts of 391 more stringent by completely prohibiting the worship of the pagan gods. He left no further doubts as to his position when he elevated his son Honorius to Augustus in January 393 and thereby demonstrated that he would no longer tolerate any emperor other than himself and his sons. Because he still refrained from military action, his enemies occupied Italy in the spring of 393. Led by Nicomachus Flavianus, the forces striving to preserve the pagan cults gathered around Eugenius.

The now inevitable struggle for power was thus at the same time a struggle that would decide whether pagan religions would once again be tolerated within the empire alongside Christianity. Theodosius did no set out from Constantinople until May 394. As in 388, he made his way toward Danube and then the Sava with his powerful army. His force consisted largely of barbarians and their allies, one of whose leaders was Stilicho, a Vandal who had been married since 384 to the Emperor's niece Serena. Theodosius' sons Arcadius and Honorius stayed behind in the capital. Arcadius, who had been given the right to promulgate laws independently, was supposed to direct the government in the East.

Theodosius first met the enemy at the Frigidus River on the eastern border of Italy. Although Theodosius' advance guard, comprised almost entirely of Visigoths, suffered heavy losses during an attempted breakthrough on 5 Sep 394, the emperor ventured to attack the following day and was victorious. Later Christian tradition, emphasizing Theodosius' piety and trust in God, essentially interpreted the victory as a divine judgement: the god of the Christians had triumphed over the old Roman gods. Following the deaths of Eugenius, Arbogast, and Nicomachus Flavianus, Theodosius showed himself lenient and strove to achieve the settlement between opposing forces that was necessary to strengthen imperial unity.

Probably as a result of the exertion of the campaign, Theodosius fell ill. He went to Milan, where he summoned Honorius in order to present him formally as Augustus of the West. Because Theodosius had appeared to recover, his death in January 395 was generally unexpected. On his deathbed he had entrusted Stilicho, promoted to generalissimo after the victory at the Frigidus, with the care of his two sons. From Ambrose's funeral oration, filled with praise of the Christian ruler, it is evident that contemporaries had no doubt as to the continuing unity of the empire, for the question of succession seemed to have been settled in the best possible way. Yet, all too soon it was to become apparent that Theodosius had not chosen his advisers with sufficient care and that the men who were guiding the sickly Arcadius were unwilling to cooperate with Stilicho, who remained loyal to the dynasty. After his death, Theodosius' body was borne in state to Constantinople and interred in the mausoleum erected by Constantius II.

[Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1995]

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 379-395. 3479

Theodosius married Aelia Flacilla Of Spanish ROMAN EMPIRE 3485 in 376 in 1st Wife.3485 Aelia was born in 355 in Spain and died in 386 3485 at age 31.

Theodosius next married Galla of ROMAN EMPIRE 3485 in 387 in 2ND Wife.3485 Galla was born about 350 and died in 394 about age 44.


134962444668895833. Aelia Flacilla Of Spanish ROMAN EMPIRE 505,3485 was born in 355 in Spain and died in 386 3485 at age 31.

General Notes:
Aelia Flavia Flaccilla was wife of Theodosius I, who reigned 379 - 395 A.D. She was know for her piety and generosity to the poor. She was mother of the emperors Arcadius and Honorius. Aelia was honored by future empresses who took her first name as a title.

Aelia married Emperor Theodosius I "The Great" of ROMAN EMPIRE 3485 in 376 in 1st Wife.3485 Theodosius was born from 11 January 346 to 47 in Cauca (Coca), Gallaecia, Spain,3485 died from 17 January 394 to 95 in Milan, Italy 3485 at age 48, and was buried in Constantine Ii's Mausoleum, Constantinople.

134962444668895834. Bauto Of The FRANKS Roman Consul 505,3487 was born about 350 in Frankish Gaul, France and died after 385 3487.

Bauto married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447917        i.  Eudoxia of EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE (born about 380 in Frankish Gaul, France - died on 6 October 404 of A Miscarriage)


134962444668895856. Winithar Cheiftain Of OSTROGOTHS,505 son of Valaravaus Cheiftain Of OSTROGOTHS and Unknown, was born about 365 in Ukraine.

Winithar married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481222334447928        i.  Wandalar Cheiftain Of OSTROGOTHS (born about 395 in Ukraine - died in 459)


134962449085399040. Uldin (Uldes) King Of The HUNS,3397 son of Donaton King Of The HUNS and Unknown, was born about 335 north of Black Sea and died in 411 in Hungary 3397 about age 76.

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 390-411. 3397

Uldin married.

The child from this marriage was:

67481224542699520        i.  Kuridak Prince Of The HUNS (born about 355 in Ukraine)

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