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- Soldiers and Settlers in Britain) Fourth to Fifth Century With a
- Taken together these objects suggest that the military unit was of Stilicho's rather than of Count Theodosius' army, but of course it is impossible to be certain.
- Book XI. Title IX. (VIII.) Concerning all purple vesture and
- Emperor Theodosius to Maximinus, Count of the Imperial Exchequer.
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- However, Count Theodosius used his position and power to convince the upper-class christian nobility to support the candidacy of his brother Damasus, while the clergy and laity supported Ursinus.
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- Count Theodosius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Flavius Theodosius or Theodosius the Elder was a senior military officer serving in the Western Roman Empire.
- Count Theodosius: Fighting the Barbarian Alliance | Suite101.com
- Jul 25, 2007 In 367 AD all of Britain's barbarian enemies - the Irish, Saxons, Franks, and Picts, launched a series of raids and attacks all along the borders.
- Notitia Dignitatum
- 'New' units are mentioned for Britain, which clearly came from the Rhine and which were introduced by count Theodosius after 368-9.
- In-depth analysis - Museum of London
- Emperor Valentinian sent Count Theodosius to regain control and he rescued London and established his base there.
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