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However, Constantius realised that too many threats still faced the Empire, and he could not possibly handle all of them by himself, so on 6 November 355, he elevated his last remaining relative, Julian, to the rank of Caesar.
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However and Constantius
However, to minimize the extent of the movement ignores the facts that at least two Roman emperors, Constantius II and Valens, became Arians, as did prominent Gothic, Vandal and Lombard warlords both before and after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
However, there is no evidence that his son and ultimate successor, Constantius II, who was an Arian Christian, was exiled.
However, during the time of Arianism's flowering in Constantinople, the Gothic convert Ulfilas ( later the subject of the letter of Auxentius cited above ) was sent as a missionary to the Gothic barbarians across the Danube, a mission favored for political reasons by emperor Constantius II.
However, upon Constans ' death in 350, a civil war broke out which left Constantius as sole emperor.
However, feeling that the east still required some sort of imperial presence, he elevated his cousin Constantius Gallus to Caesar of the eastern provinces.
However, when Constantius arrived Vetranio willingly resigned his position and accepted Constantius ’ offer of a comfortable retirement in Bithynia.
However, after some convincing by one of Constantius ’ agents, Gallus continued his journey west, passing through Constantinople and Thrace to Poetovio ( Ptuj ) in Pannonia.
However, when Constantius requested reinforcements from Julian ’ s army for the eastern campaign, the Gallic legions revolted and proclaimed Julian Augustus.
However, on account of the immediate Sassanid threat, Constantius was unable to directly respond to his cousin ’ s usurpation other than by sending missives by which he tried to convince Julian to resign the title of Augustus and be satisfied with that of Caesar.
However, Constantius ' actions in this regard may not have been so much to do with Jewish religion as Jewish business ; apparently, it was often the case that privately owned Jewish businesses were in competition with state-owned businesses.
" However, Kent & M. and A. Hirmer suggest that Constantius " has suffered at the hands of unsympathetic authors, ecclesiastical and civil alike.
However, Constantius died before the two could face each other in battle, naming Julian as his rightful successor.
However, in June, forces loyal to Constantius captured the city of Aquileia on the north Adriatic coast, an event which threatened to cut Julian off from the rest of his forces, while Constantius's troops marched towards him from the east.
However, in Constantius ' lifetime tribune had acquired a looser definition, and often was used to indicate any military officer, whether part of the Imperial army or part of a town militia.
However, in 337, after the death of Constantine, several male members of the Constantinian dynasty were killed, among them Constantius ( whose property was confiscated ) and his eldest son ; his two younger sons however survived, because in 337 they were still children, and later were elevated to the rank of co-emperor and the emperor.
However, the figure of Constantius Chlorus, Constantine's father, was interpreted by friends of the novelist as a caricature of Field-Marshal Bernard Montgomery, a man Waugh mocked as a vainglorious social climber.
However and realised
However Wever's vision of a " Ural " bomber was never realised, and his emphasis on strategic aerial operations was lost, with the only design submittal for Wever's ' Bomber A ' that would reach production being Heinkel's Projekt 1041, which became officially known on November 5, 1937 as the Heinkel He 177.
However planters soon realised they could grow coconuts with less labour and more profit than the traditional boats.
However, there is no derivation of the Lagrangian that would describe the interactions of such particles, nor is it possible to show that such particles are fermions, nor that the gauge groups or interactions of the Standard Model are realised.
However, Werckmeister realised that these " subsemitonia ", as he called them, were unnecessary, and even counterproductive in music with chromatic progressions and extensive modulations.
However, in April 1192 Richard finally realised that he could not return home without a final resolution to the matter, definitely relinquishing the crown in May 1192.
However, by the mid 1930s the Luftwaffe realised that there was still a coverage gap between 3. 7 cm and 8. 8 cm guns.
However, the Austrian commander realised the fragility of his position, seeing that, on his left, all the Austrian troops were in full retreat and he ran the risk of having Oudinot pin his men down, while Davout was free to advance in his flank and rear.
However, after the first few pay cheques failed to arrive, Anne realised that he would not be coming.
However, he visited Dublin a number of times and realised that there were groups of people, just like him, interested in Irish, a language looked down on at the time by many and seen as backward and old-fashioned.
However, China eventually shifted its position when it realised that the three links may be an opportunity to hold on to Taiwan, with its Ministry of Transport and former Chinese foreign minister Qian Qichen declaring that the " one China " principle would no longer be necessary during talks to establish the links, which would be labelled merely as " special cross-strait flights " and not " international " nor " domestic " flights.
However the United States military realised it needed a well-trained standing army following St. Clair's Defeat on November 4, 1791, when a force led by General Arthur St. Clair was almost entirely wiped out by the Western Confederacy near Fort Recovery, Ohio.
However, when he saw Oberon's dark-skinned mother one night at her flat and realised Oberon was mixed-race, he decided to end the relationship.
However, this was never carried through ( perhaps due to the low levels of traffic in the plane's first two years ), and as the Watford Locks were never widened, the economic benefits of the plane could not be fully realised.
However, it was realised that the advent of submarines armed with torpedoes and mines hidden in open sea meant that any operations involving stationing capital ships near enemy ports would place them at great risk of surprise attack and loss.
However, as early as 1988, then-Soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze had discussed the possibility of a withdrawal from Cam Ranh Bay, and concrete naval reductions were realised by 1990.
However, since the 1980s, the state government has realised that tourism is a lucrative industry, and more money is being poured into the construction of tourist resorts, and restoring colonial buildings in major cities.
However, they soon realised that Liu Bei was no longer in Yuan Shao's territory and had already left for Runan.
However, the board of directors soon realised that he didn't have the funds to keep the club running, and he was dismissed on 1 November 1990.
However, when he was working on Madame Terror, he realised that he needed Hamilton to fill in a specific role.
However, the island was seen as too unhealthy for habitation and his proposed name was never realised.
However after a very short advance Cameron realised that his supply lines were severely threatened by the enemy.