Constans (consul 414)

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Flavius Constans (floruit 412-414) was a general of the Eastern Roman Empire.

Biography[edit]

Constans was magister militum per Thracias in 412. In 414 he held the consulship (possibly while he still was magister militum); he took office in Constantinople.

His name is a clue of a potential relationship to Flavius Constantius, his Western colleague in the consulate and later Western Emperor with the name of Constantius III; however the sources do not mention any relationship among the two.

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Preceded by
Heraclianus,
Fl. Lucius
Consul of the Roman Empire
414
with Fl. Constantius
Succeeded by
Imp. Caesar Honorius Augustus X,
Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus VI