Leo I (imperator)

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Nativitas: 401;
Obitus: 19 Ianuarii 474; Constantinopolis mediaevalis

Principatus

7. Februario 457 - 474
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Successor:

Leo I (Graece Λέων, natus circa annum 401, mortuus die 18 Ianuarii 474 Constantinopolis) fuit Imperator Romanus Orientalis ab anno 457 ad annum 474.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Leo I in Thracia natus est. Marciano imperatore anno 457 mortuo Leo I Ardaburio Asparo magistro militum suadente imperator proclamatus est. Leo imperator non ut Ardaburius putaverat, facile regebatur, sed paulatim auctoritatem augebat. Quamquam filius Ardaburii Flavius Iulius Patricius anno 470 Caesar nominatus est, tamen hic cum patre anno 471 depositus est: Leo I Isaures cohortem praetorianam fecerat, et Zenoni filiam suam, Ariadnam, in matrimonium dedit, ut auctoritatem Asparis minuat. Aspar auxilio Zenonis capite damnatus est[1].

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Der Neue Pauly, T. 1, c. 1037 - 1038


Antecessores:
Flavius Constantinus et Flavius Rufus
Consul
458
cum
Imp. Caesare Flavio Iulio Valerio Maioriano Augusto
Successores:
Flavius Ricimerus et Flavius Iulius Patricius
Antecessores:
Flavius Severinus et Flavius Dagalaifus
Consul
462
cum
Imp. Caesare Libio Severo Augusto
Successores:
Flavius Caecina Decius Basilius et Flavius Vivianus
Antecessores:
Flavius Hermenericus et Flavius Basiliscus
Consul
466
cum
Tatiano
Successores:
Flavius Illustrius Pusaeus et Flavius Ioannes
Antecessores:
Flavius Messius Phoebus Severus et Flavius Iordanes
Consul
471
cum
Caelio Aconio Probiano
Successores:
Flavius Rufius Postumius Festus et Flavius Marcianus II
Antecessores:
Flavius Rufius Postumius Festus et Flavius Marcianus II
Consul
473
cum
(sine collega)
Successores:
Imp. Caesar Flavius Leo Augustus (sine collega)
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