Constantia: The Last Constantinian*

@article{McEvoy2016ConstantiaTL,
  title={Constantia: The Last Constantinian*},
  author={M. McEvoy},
  journal={Antichthon},
  year={2016},
  volume={50},
  pages={154 - 179}
}
Abstract This article highlights the significant role played by Constantia, posthumous daughter of the emperor Constantius II, in late fourth century dynastic politics and ideology. Though Constantia has generally been neglected in modern studies of the period, close examination of the surviving sources reveals her pivotal position, even from her earliest years, as a coveted link between the Constantinian dynasty and new emperors seeking to establish themselves and their families in the… Expand
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