Constantine

British - A Roman. King of Britain. Husband of Ivoire. Brother of Aldroen. Father of Aurelius Ambrosius, Constans and Uther. His brother sent him at the head of an army to take over Britain and drive off the many invaders. Some say this was after the death of King Arthur, others that it was after the death of Coll, who had wrested the throne from Asclepiodotus and, in this version, he married Coll's sister, Helena. He was murdered in his own garden by Vortigern who put Constans on the throne. Welsh stories have Kynmor as his father while others make him the son of King Solomon or of Macsen and Elen. Occasionally referred to as Constantine, Constantinus, Constantinus, Constantine, Constantine, Constantine or Constantine.
British - A 6th C. King of Britain. Son of Cador. The sons of Mordred led a revolt against Constantine but he suppressed it and killed the leaders. Sometimes known as Constantine, Constantinus, Constantinus, Constantine, Constantine, Constantine or Constantine.
European - Emperor of Greece at the time of Charlemagne. Father of Leo. Also known as Constantine, Constantinus, Constantinus, Constantine, Constantine, Constantine or Constantine.
European - An emperor of the east. Father of Oda. He had a habit of decapitating the suitors of his daughter. When a delegation came to seek her hand, on behalf of Rother, king of the Lombards, he threw them all into prison. In some lore, occasionally called Constantine, Constantinus, Constantinus, Constantine, Constantine, Constantine or Constantine.
Greek - A man who came back from the dead. Brother of Arete. Their mother agreed to allow Arete to marry a foreigner only when Constantine promised to bring her back whenever her mother wished. When plague killed all her nine sons, the mother longed to have her daughter back so Constantine rose from the grave, rode to the foreign land and brought Arete back as he had promised. In some references, called Constantine, Constantinus, Constantinus, Constantine, Constantine, Constantine or Constantine.

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