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Law in the Crisis of Empire 379-455 ADThe Theodosian Dynasty and its Quaestors$
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Tony Honoré

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198260783

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198260783.001.0001

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Valentinian III and Galla Placidia (425–437)

Valentinian III and Galla Placidia (425–437)

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Law in the Crisis of Empire 379-455 AD

Tony Honoré

Oxford University Press

This chapter discusses the laws enacted by Valentinian III, the nephew of Honorius. Even though he was only four when his uncle died, a number of laws were enacted in his name when the imperial party was at Aquileia. There was a group of five constitutions issued there in the name of Theodosius as Augustus and Valentinian as Caesar.

Keywords:   Valentinian III, Honorius, Aquileia, Theodosius, Augustus, Caesar, Valentinian

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