Flavius Iulius C. Son of the Emperor Constantine, 317 AD
The eldest son of Constantine  from the liaison with Minervina, born c. AD 300; elevated together with his half-brother Constantius  II and Licinianus Licinius to the rank of caesar on 1 March 317 in Serdica. Unlike his brother he also became a princeps iuventutis in the same year and in 318 he was the first of the newly elevated caesars to be made consul. C., who was obviously groomed to be the suc…
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