The New Empire of Diocletian and Constantine

  title={The New Empire of Diocletian and Constantine},
  author={Timothy D. Barnes},

Omitted Empresses: The (Non-)Role of Imperial Women in Tetrarchic Propaganda

Abstract:Imperial women associated with the rulers of the First and Second Tetrarchies are unaccountably absent from sculpture, coinage, inscriptions, and monuments, and not one was awarded the

The building inscription from the fort at Udruh and Aelius Flavianus, tetrarchic praeses of Palaestina

In JRA 21 (2008), D. Kennedy and H. Falahat published an important new inscription from Udruh in Jordan.1 legio VI Ferrata A.D. 293-305) after its transfer from dux, Aurelius Heraclides, vir

Il ruolo di Galeria Valeria nelle dinamiche della politica tetrarchica

Riassunto Il lavoro si incentra sulla figura di Galeria Valeria, figlia di Diocleziano e moglie di Galerio. Un’attenzione particolare è stata riservata a Galeria come moglie e madre: l’analisi si

Recuperata re publica: Julian, Serdica, and the Civic Promotion of an Emperor in Late 361/Early 362 C.E.

  • M. Marcos
  • History
    American Journal of Philology
  • 2019
Abstract:In 361 c.e., the Roman Emperor Julian engaged in a civil war with his cousin and Augustan superior, Constantius II. It is well-known that Julian at this time focused, in part, on managing

Constantine's First Visit to Rome with Diocletian in 303

Abstract:In autumn 303 Diocletian visited Rome to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of his reign. Even though there is no explicit documentary confirmation, Constantine was most likely a member of

Pontifex Maximus: from Augustus to Gratian – and Beyond

This article explores the development of the imperial title pontifex maximus from Emperor Augustus (12 BCE) to fourth-century Emperor Gratian (382 CE) as well as the transformation of the title into

A New Tetrarchic Relief from Nicomedia: Embracing Emperors

Ancient Nicomedia, the most important capital of the eastern Roman empire during the Tetrarchy, now lies below the modern industrial city of İzmit. The first systematic archaeological research on

Konstantin der Große in Pisidien

The small contribution analyses the epigraphic evidence in the Anatolian region Pisidia regarding Constantine the Great. It is argued that Constantine probably never visited Pisidia in person but