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Constantine V - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Constantine V and his father Leo III the Isaurian. Reign: 741–775: Predecessor: Leo III the Isaurian: Successor: Leo IV the Khazar

Constantine V Copronymus - Britannica.com

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Constantine V Copronymus, (born 718, Constantinople, Byzantine Empire [now Istanbul, Turkey]—died Sept. 14, 775, [what is now Bulgaria]), Byzantine emperor from 741 ...

Constantine V (741–775) — Dumbarton Oaks

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Constantine V was one of the most talented men to sit the Byzantine throne. He was also one of the most reviled by later historians because of his Iconoclasm.

Constantine V of Constantinople - Wikipedia, the free ...

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Constantine V was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1897 to 1901. His secular name was Konstantinos Valiadis and he was born in 1833 at Vessa, on the island ...

Constantine V - Uncyclopedia - Wikia

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Constantine V, image blanked lest you accidentally bow down in "veneration" before my his image after reading of his glorious achievements. Constantine V ...

Constantine V - OrthodoxWiki

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Constantine V Kopronymos or Copronymus (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Ε΄, Konstantinos V), was Byzantine emperor from 741 to 775. He was a confirmed iconoclast.

Constantine V - All Empires

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Early Reign. Constantine V (b. 718 – d. 14 September, 775) was the first son of Emperor Leo III. Constantine V is often allotted the nickname Kopronymos, a ...

Roman Emperors - DIR Constantine V Copronymus

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An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors. DIR Atlas Constantine V Copronymus (A.D. 741-775) Shaun Tougher Cardiff University Introduction. Constantine V is one of the ...

Constantine V. Nakassis | Department of Anthropology ...

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Constantine V. Nakassis (PhD University of Pennsylvania, 2010) is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and of the Social Sciences in the College.

Constantine V (741-775). Æ 40 Nummi. Syracuse, 757-775.

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Constantine V (741-775). Æ 40 Nummi (18mm, 3.13g, 6h). Syracuse, 757-775. Crowned facing busts of Constantine and Leo IV