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Wikidata-logo.svg Arcadius
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Arcadius: imago
Nativitas: 1 Ianuarii 377; Hispania
Obitus: 1 Maii 408; Constantinopolis mediaevalis
Patria: Imperium Romanum Orientale

Principatus

396 - 408
Praecessor:
Successor:

Flavius Arcadius, in Hispania natus, ab anno 395 usque ad mortem anno 408 partibus orientalibus Imperii Romani imperavit. Erat filius natu maior Imperatoris Theodosii I et Aeliae Flacillae, frater Honorii eo tempore Imperatoris partibus occidentalibus. A patre Augustus nominatus est anno 393.

Imperante Arcadio Sanctus Iohannes Chrysostomus, patriarcha Constantinopolitanus, ab Aelia Eudoxia uxore depositus est et Roma a Visigothis capta est. Rufinus praefectus praetorio in Imperium Romanum dominatus est donec a Stilichone trucidatus est; post Rufinum Eutropius consiliarius ab Aelia Eudoxia depositus est; ultimus Anthemius praefectus praetorio fines orientales murumque Constantinopolitanum corroborat, Christianitatem proseruit.

Theodosio mortuo Imperium numquam rediunctum est; Arcadius ergo primus Imperator Constantinopolitanorum dicitur. Eo regnante Constantinopolis elevata, Roma deiecta est, consilium semper mutatum, Imperium fragile.

Nexus interni

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Arcadius spectant.


Antecessores:
Flavius Richomeres et Flavius Clearchus
Consul
385
cum
Flavio Bautone
Successores:
Flavius Honorius et Flavius Euodius
Antecessores:
Flavius Eutolmius Tatianus et Quintus Aurelius Symmachus
Consul
392
cum
Flavio Rufino
Successores:
Flavius Honorius et Flavius Abundantius
Antecessores:
Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus III et Flavius Abundantius; Imp. Caesar Flavius Eugenius Augustus
Consul
394
cum
Imp. Caesare Flavio Honorio Augusto II
Successores:
Flavius Anicius Hermogenianus Olybrius et Flavius Anicius Probinus
Antecessores:
Flavius Anicius Hermogenianus Olybrius et Flavius Anicius Probinus
Consul
396
cum
Imp. Caesare Flavio Honorio Augusto III
Successores:
Flavius Caesarius et Nonius Atticus
Antecessores:
Flavius Fravitta et Flavius Vincentius
Consul
402
cum
Imp. Caesar Flavio Honorio Augusto V
Successores:
Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus et Flavius Rumoridus
Antecessores:
Flavius Fravitta et Flavius Vincentius
Consul
406
cum
Anicio Flavio Petronio Probo
Successores:
Imp. Caesar Flavius Honorius Augustus VII et Imp. Caesar Flavius Theodosius Augustus III
379–395 Theodosius I • 395–408 Arcadius • 408–450 Theodosius II • 450–457 Marcianus • 457–474 Leo I • 474 Leo II • 474–491 Zeno • 475-476 Flavius Basiliscus • 491–518 Anastasius I • 518–527 Iustinus I  • 527–565 Iustinianus I • 565–578 Iustinus II • 578–582 Flavius Tiberius Constantinus • 582–602 Mauricius • 602–610 Phocas I • 610–641 Heraclius • 641 Constantinus III • 641 Heraclius II Heraclonas • 641–668 Constans II • 668–685 Constantinus IV • 685–695 Iustinianus II • 695–698 Leontius • 698–705 Tiberius III, Apsimar • 705–711 Iustinianus II • 711–713 Philippicus • 713–715 Anastasius II • 715–717 Theodosius III • 717–741 Leo III Isaurianus • 741–775 Constantinus V • 775–780 Leo IV • 780–797 Constantinus VI • 797–802 Irene • 802–811 Nicephorus I • 811 Stauracius • 811–813 Michael I Rhangabus • 813–820 Leo V Armenius • 820–829 Michael II • 820-822 Thomas Slavus • 829–842 Theophilus I • 842–867 Michael III • 842–866 Bardas • 866–886 Basilius I Macedonius • 886–912 Leo VI Sapiens • 912–913 Alexander • 913–959 Constantinus VII Porphyrogenitus • 919–944 Romanus I Lecapenus • 959–963 Romanus II • 963–969 Nicephorus II Phocas • 969–976 Ioannes I Tzimisces • 976–1025 Basilius II Bulgaroctonus • 1025-28 Constantinus VIII • 1028-34 Romanus III Argyrus • 1034-41 Michael IV Paphlagon • 1041-42 Michael V Calaphates • 1042 Zoë • 1042 Theodora • 1042-55 Constantinus IX Monomachus • 1055-56 Theodora • 1056–57 Michael VI Stratioticus • 1057–59 Isaacius I Comnenus • 1059–67 Constantinus X Ducas • 1067–78 Michael VII Parapinaces • 1068–71 Romanus IV Diogenes • 1078–81 Nicephorus III Botaniates • 1081–1118 Alexius I Comnenus • 1118–43 Ioannes II Comnenus • 1143–80 Manuel I Comnenus • 1180–83 Alexius II Comnenus • 1182–85 Andronicus I Comnenus • 1185–95 Isaacius II Angelus • 1195–1203 Alexius III Angelus • 1203–04 • Alexius IV Angelus • 1204 Alexius V Ducas • 1204–1222 Theodorus I Lascares • 1222–1254 Ioannes III Ducas Batatzes • 1254–1258 Theodorus II Ducas Lascares • 1258–1261 Iohannes IV Ducas Lascares • 1261–1282 Michael VIII Palaeologus • 1282–1328 Andronicus II Palaeologus • 1328–1341 Andronicus III Palaeologus • 1341–1347 Ioannes V Palaeologus • 1347–1354 Ioannes VI Cantacuzenus • 1355–1376 Ioannes V Palaeologus • 1376–1379 Andronicus IV Palaeologus • 1379–1391 Ioannes V Palaeologus • 1390 Ioannes VII Palaeologus • 1391–1425 Manuel II Palaeologus • 1425–1448 Ioannes VIII Palaeologus • 1448–1453 Constantinus XI Palaeologus