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Constantine (Latin: Cōnstantīnus, Greek: Κωνσταντῖνος) is a given name and surname derived from the Latin word constans, meaning constant or steadfast. The monotonic Greek spelling is Κωνσταντίνος, and Κωσταντίνος (Kostantinos without the first n) is historically a common variant. Κώστας (Costas) is a common contraction, and Γκας (Gus) is yet another common contraction. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ... Latin was the language originally spoken in the region around Rome called Latium. ... In mathematics, functions between ordered sets are monotonic (or monotone) if they preserve the given order. ... Costa del Marisco Galician and/or Spanish 1950s term which translates into English as “Coast of the Seafood” and refers to the coast of the Galicia region of Spain. ... GUS may refer to: A masculine name, short for Augustus. ...

People called Constantine

Rulers called Constantine

See: Hierarchs given named Constantine, Monarchs given named Constantine

Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus[2] (27 February c. ... Flavius Claudius Constantinus, known in English as Constantine II, (316 – 340) was Roman Emperor from 337 to 340. ... Roman coin, with Constantine III portrayed on its face Constantine III (died 411 by September 18) was a Roman general who declared himself Western Roman Emperor in 407, abdicating in 411 (and being killed soon after). ... Roman coin depicting, on its face, Heraclius and his sons Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas Heraclius Constantine or Constantine III (May 3, 612 - April 20/24 or May 26, 641) was the eldest son of the Byzantine emperor Heraclius and his first wife Eudocia, and ruled as Emperor for four months... Constantine IV on a contemporary coin Constantine IV (649-685); sometimes incorrectly called Pogonatus, meaning the Bearded, like his father; was Byzantine emperor from 668-685. ... Constantine V Copronymus (The Dung-named) was Byzantine emperor from 741 to 775. ... Constantine VI (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Ϛ΄, Kōnstantinos VI; 771–797 or 805) was Byzantine Emperor from 780 to 797. ... Constantine and his mother Zoë. Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos or Porphyrogenitus, the Purple-born (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Ζ΄ Πορφυρογέννητος, Kōnstantinos VII PorphyrogennÄ“tos), (Constantinople, September 905 – November 9, 959 in Constantinople) was the son of the Byzantine emperor Leo VI and his fourth wife Zoe Karbonopsina. ... Constantine VIII (in Greek Konstantinos VIII, written Κωνσταντίνος Η) (960 – November 15, 1028), Byzantine emperor (December 15, 1025 – November 15, 1028) was the son of the Emperor Romanus II and the younger brother of the eminent Basil... Mosaic of Constantine IX and Empress Zoe Constantine IX Monomachus (c. ... Constantine X Ducas (1006 - May, 1067) was the emperor of the Byzantine Empire (1059 - 1067). ... Constantine XI: The last Byzantine emperor is considered a saint by the Eastern Orthodox Church. ... Constantine I of Armenia (d. ... Constantine II of Armenia was briefly prince of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, ruling the country in 1129. ... Constantine III of Armenia (1278- c. ... Constantine IV of Armenia (died 1344) was the first Latin king of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, ruling from 1342 to 1344. ... Constantine V of Armenia (died 1362) ruled the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from 1344 to 1362. ... Constantine VI of Armenia (died 1373) ruled the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from 1362 to 1373. ... Zara Yaqob (throne name Kuestantinos I or Constantine I) (1399 - 1468) was negus (1434 - 1468) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonid dynasty. ... Eskender (or Alexander, Geez እስክንድር) (July 15, 1471 - 1494) was (1478 - 1494) of Ethiopia (throne name Constantine II), and a member of the Solomonid dynasty. ... Constantine I, King of the Hellenes (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος A, Βασιλεύς των Ελλήνων) (2 August 1868 - 11 January 1923) ruled Greece from 1913-1917 and from 1920-1922. ... Constantine of Greece, formerly Constantine II, King of the Hellenes (born June 2, 1940) was King of Greece from 1964 until the abolition of the monarchy in 1974. ... Caustantín (Scottish Gaelic: Caustantín mac Fergusa) was king of Dál Riada and king of the Picts or Fortriu, in modern Scotland, from 789 until 820. ... Constantine I (Causantín mac Cináeda) (836-877), son of King Kenneth I of Scotland, became King of Scots and King of the Picts in 863 when he succeeded his uncle Donald I of Scotland. ... Causantín mac Áeda (anglicised Constantine II) (before 879–952) was king of Alba from 900 to 943. ... Constantine III (Causantín mac Cuilén) was king of Scotland from 995 to 997. ... Constantine I[1] (born in the second half of the eleventh century) was the giudice of Arborea. ... Constantine I[1] was the giudice of Cagliari. ... Constantine II[1] (circa 1100 – 1163) was the giudice of Cagliari (as Salusio III[2] from circa 1129). ... Constantine III (died between 1171 and 1173), possibly a son of Ittocorre, succeeded Comita Spanu as giudice of Gallura (northern Sardinia) in 1146 and reigned until 1161, when he retired from the world as a monk. ... Constantine I[1] (circa 1064 – 1128) was the giudice of Logudoro. ... Tsar Constantine Tikh of Bulgaria (ruled 1257-1277) took the throne of Bulgaria after the assasination of Michael II Asen of Bulgaria in 1256. ... Constantine was known for his repugnant physical features which resembled those of his father, Emperor Paul. ... Constantine Henry Phipps, 1st Marquess of Normanby (May 15, 1797 - July 28, 1863) was a politician and author of the United Kingdom. ... Constantine John Phipps, 2nd Baron Mulgrave (May 19, 1744 - October 10, 1792) was an English explorer. ... Constantine of Serres, nicknamed Dragases, was a regional lord and prince in the the fragmenting Serbian realm in the end of 14th century and in the beginning of 15th century. ... Konstantini I of Imereti (კონსტანტინე I) (d. ... Constantine Mavrocordatos (February 27, 1711-November 23, 1769) (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Μαυροκορδάτος, Romanian: Constantin Mavrocordat ) was Prince of Wallachia and Prince of Moldavia at several intervals. ... Grand Duke Konstantin of Russia. ... Constantine Ypsilanti (Romanian: Constantin Ipsilanti, d. ...

Religious leaders

  • Constantine I of Constantinople
  • Constantine II of Constantinople
  • Constantine III of Constantinople
  • Constantine IV of Constantinople
  • Constantine V of Constantinople
  • Constantine VI of Constantinople
  • Pope Constantine
  • Antipope Constantine II

Constantine I was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 675 to 677. ... Constantine II was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 754 to 766. ... Constantine V was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1897 to 1901. ... Constantine VI was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1924 till 1925. ... Constantinus (d. ... Antipope Constantine II was an antipope from 767 to 768, during the reign of Pope Stephen IV. He was killed by the Lombards, when prisoner in the monastery of San Saba. ...

Military leaders

Konstantin Petrovich Von Kaufman, first Governor-General of Russian Turkestan Konstantin Petrovich Von Kaufman (Константин Петрович фон-Кауфман in Russian) Konstantin Petrovich Von Kaufman (1818 - 1882...


Kostantinos Stefanopoulos Konstantinos Stephanopoulos was born in Patras on 15 August 1926. ... Konstantinos Tsatsos (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Τσάτσος). Greek diplomat and politician; President of Greece from 1975 to 1980. ...


The Angelici were an ancient order of knighthood for priests and laymen, founded in 1191 by Byzantine Emperor Isaac Angelus. ... ... Constantine the African was a translator of Greek medical texts. ... Konstantinos is a practicing occultist and Neopagan. ...

Constantine as a surname

See: Constantine as a surname

Con Constantine is the current owner of the Australian football (soccer) club Newcastle United Jets. ... Anna Karina and Eddie Constantine in Jean-Luc Godards Alphaville Eddie Constantine (born Edward Constantinowsky in Los Angeles, California, October 29, 1917 - died Wiesbaden, Germany, February 25, 1993) was an expatriate American actor and singer who spent his career working in Europe. ... John Constantine (born May 10, 1953 in Liverpool, England) is the fictional protagonist of the comic series Hellblazer. ... Kevin Constantine (b. ... Learie Nicholas Constantine, Baron Constantine, MBE (21 September 1901 –1 July 1971) was a cricketer, broadcast journalist, administrator, lawyer, and politician. ... Marcus Constantine is a fictional character from Highlander: The Series, portrayed by actor James Faulkner. ... Michael Constantine (Born 22 May 1927) is a Greek American actor. ... Storm Constantine is a British science fiction and fantasy author, primarily known for her Wraeththu series. ... Susannah Constantine, along with Trinny Woodall, is a host of the BBC style series What Not To Wear. ... Flavius Tiberius Constantinus Augustus or Tiberius II Constantine (c. ... Constantine speaking at the DEAs 25th anniversary celebration. ...

Constantine as a given name

See: List of articles with forename Constantine

Constantine James Maroulis (born September 17, 1975 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American rock singer, actor, and writer who was the lead vocalist of the hard rock band Pray for the Soul of Betty and the sixth-place finalist on the fourth season of the popular reality television series... AMERICAN IDOL HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO DEATH OF SIMON ... Pray For The Soul Of Betty is a hard rock band of New York City. ... Constantine the African was a translator of Greek medical texts. ... Constantine III was a legendary king of the Britons as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth. ... Constantine of Preslav (Konstantin Preslavski) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar, writer and translator, one of the most important men of letters working at the Preslav Literary School at the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 10th century. ... Prince Konstantinos Alexios of Greece and Denmark (b. ... Constantine Andreou (Constantine Andréou, Κωνσταντίνος Ανδρέου), (b. ... Constantin Brâncoveanu Constantin Brâncoveanu (1654 - August 26, 1714) was prince of Wallachia between 1689 and 1710. ... Constantine Bruno, Baron Kervyn de Lettenhove (1817-1891), Belgian historian, was born at Sint-Michiels-Brugge in 1817. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Constantine P. Cavafy, also known as Konstantin or Konstantinos Petrou Kavafis, or Kavaphes (Greek Κωνσταντίνος Π. Καβάφης) (April 29, 1863 – April 29, 1933) was a major Alexandrine poet who worked as a journalist and civil servant. ... Constantine Dadeshkeliani (aka Murzakan Dadishkeliani) (1826-1857) was the last prince (mtavari) of western Georgian mountainous region of Svaneti from 1841 to 1857. ... Constantine Doukas or Ducas (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Δούκας, Kōnstantinos Doukas), (c. ... Constantine Kanaris Constantine Kanaris (or Canaris, Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Κανάρης) (1793 or 1795 – September 2, 1877) was a Greek admiral, freedom fighter and politician. ... This article is about the former Greek president who lived from 1907 to 1998. ... Constantine Koukias (born 1965) is an Australian composer. ... Constantine Lascaris (d. ... Constantine M. Los was born on the Ottoman-controlled Greek island of Chios, in 1871. ... Constantine Manasses (c. ... Constantine Mitsotakis Constantine Mitsotakis (in Greek:Κωνσταντίνος Μητσοτάκης-Konstantinos Mitsotakis) (born October 18, 1918), Greek politician, was born in Chania, Crete. ... Constantine Overton (1626/7-?1690), Quaker leader in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. ... Constantine Papadakis, president of Drexel University. ... Constantine Paparregopoulus (1815-1891) was a nineteenth century Greek historian greatly influential in Greece and abroad for his original reasearch in Byzantine history as well as in other fields of Greek studies. ... Constantine Phaulkon (born Κωνσταντίνος Γεράκης or Constantinos Gerakis; Gerakis is the Greek word for Phaulkon) (1647 - June 5, 1688) was a Greek adventurer, who became first counsellor to King Narai of Ayutthaya. ... C. S. Rafinesque Constantine Samuel Rafinesque-Schmaltz (October 22, 1783-September 18, 1840) was a nineteenth-century polymath who led a chaotic life. ... Constantine Rhigas, known as Rhigas of Velestinos (Pherae), or Rhigas Pheraios (1760–1798) was a Greek revolutionary and poet born at Velestinos, and educated at Zagora and at Constantinople, where he became secretary to Alexander Ypsilanti. ... Constantine-Silvanus († 684) was the founder of the Paulicians. ... Costas Simitis Constantinos Georgiou Simitis (born June 23, 1936), usually known as Costas Simitis, was Prime Minister of Greece and leader of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) from 1996 to 2004. ... A portrait of Konstantin Stanislavski by Valentin Serov. ... Constantin Zureiq (born Damascus 1909-2000), a prominent Arab intellectual and academic, was one of the pioneering theorists of modern Arab nationalism. ...

Places called Constantine

The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... Constantine is a village and civil parish in Cornwall. ... Constantine Bay is a small village on the North coast of Cornwall, United Kingdom (Grid reference SW866744) External links 7 photographs of Constantine Bay at WestCountryViews. ... Constantine is a village located in St. ... Constantine Township is a township located in St. ... Constantine is a municipality in the district of Avenches of the canton of Vaud, Switzerland. ...

Educational establishments

The University of Teesside, based in Middlesbrough, England, has a student body of 20,685 students as of 2005. ...


The Constantine Palace in 1921 Strelna (Russian: Стрельна) is a historic village situated about halfway between Saint Petersburg and Peterhof and overlooking the shore of the Gulf of Finland. ... Circle Ten Council is the main Boy Scouts of America chartered council in the Central North Texas area, as well as a portion of Oklahoma. ...

In Music

  • "Konstantine", a rock ballad by the band Something Corporate
  • The Constantines, an indie rock band from Guelph, Ontario, Canada
  • Constantine, a heavy metal band from Jyväskylä, Finland
  • Constantine Meglis (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Μεγκλης) Canadian basso profondo of Greek heritage, currently engaged with The Greek National Opera Company
  • "River Constantine", a song by the band Jars of Clay

This article or section needs a complete rewrite for the reasons listed on the talk page. ... The Constantines are an indie rock band from Guelph, Ontario, Canada. ... A basso (or bass) is a male singer who sings in the lowest vocal range of the human voice. ... The Greek National Opera, the national opera company of Greece, is the only lyric opera company in the country and is located at 18a Charilaou Tricoupi Street in Athens. ...

In Comics

John Constantine (born May 10, 1953 in Liverpool, England) is the fictional protagonist of the comic series Hellblazer. ... Hellblazer is a contemporary horror comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics. ...

In Film

Constantine is a 2005 film loosely based on the Hellblazer comic book, with some plot elements being taken from the Dangerous Habits arc (issues #41-46). ...

In Games

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Constantine I - LoveToKnow 1911 (3156 words)
Maximianus thereupon recognized Constantine as Augustus (A.D. 307); their alliance was confirmed by the marriage of Constantine with Fausta, the daughter of Maximianus, and the father and son-in-law held the consulship, which, however, was not recognized in the East.
Constantine, with his customary union of prudence and decision, tacitly ignored this arrangement; he continued to bear the title of Augustus, and in 309, when he himself was proclaimed consul (with Licinius) in the East, no consuls were recognized in his dominions.
Constantine was preparing to lead his army in person, when he was taken ill, and after a vain trial of the baths at Helenopolis, died at Ancyrona, a suburb of Nicomedia, on the 22nd of May, having received Christian baptism shortly before at the hands of Eusebius.
Constantine I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3192 words)
Constantine is best remembered in modern times for the Edict of Milan in 313, which fully legalized Christianity in the Empire, for the first time, and the Council of Nicaea in 325; these actions are considered major factors in the spreading of the Christian religion.
Constantine was born at Naissus (modern Niš, Serbia) in the province of Moesia Superior on 27 February 272 or 273, to Roman general, Constantius Chlorus, and his first wife Helena, an innkeeper's daughter who at the time was only sixteen years old.
Constantine's main goal was stability, and he tried to achieve that by immediate, often brutal punitive expeditions against rebellious tribes, demonstrating his military power by conquering the enemies on their own side of the Rhine frontier, and slaughtering many prisoners during games in the arena.
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