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What we know

Place of studies

Place of studies Theoderich der Große (451-526)
Place of studies Aelia Eudoxia (380-404)

Place of birth

Place of birth Constans II (0630-0668) 07.11.630
Place of birth Julian (Kaiser) (-363) 331 n. Chr.

Burial place

Burial place Constans II (0630-0668)
Burial place Theodosius I. (347-395)

Place of visit

Place of visit Justinianus II. (-711), Konstantin I. (Papst) (-715) 711 n. Chr.

place of wedding

place of wedding Valentinian III (419-455), Licinia Eudoxia (422?-463?) 437 n. Chr.
place of wedding Leo IV. (-780), Irene of Athens (752-803) Dezember 769 n. Chr.

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