Emperor Constantius I Of Rome
- Born: 250, England, Yorkshire, Eboracum
- Marriage: Claudia Crispin
- Died: 306, England, Yorkshire, Eboracum at age 56
Noted events in his life were:
• History. His full name is Flavius Valerius Constantius, called Constantius Chlorus. He was a general and administrator under Emperor Maximian, who adopted him and gave him the government of Gaul and the rank of caesar in 293. When his coemperors, Maximian and Diocletian, abdicated in 305, Constantius became emperor in the West and prepared to conquer the Picts of Scotland. He died during the campaign, after proclaiming his son Constantine his successor as emperor.
Constantius married Claudia Crispin, daughter of Crispius Commodus Crispin and Unknown. (Claudia Crispin was born about 203 in England, Yorkshire, Eboracum.)