Jet from Third Roman Empire in the 4th-5th centuries AD

1 – Constantine I after overthrowing Maxentius 313-337, break and war with Licinius, his co-ruler

2 – Constantine II 337-340

3 – Constantius II after death of Constantine II 340-361 

4 – Julian 361-363

5 – Jovian 363-364

6 – Valentinian I 364-375

7 – Valens (the godless) 364-378, fight with prophet Basilius the Great, killed while fleeing battlefield

8 – Gratian 379-383 (after Valens and confusion)

9 – Valentinian II 379-392

10 – Alaric and John Chrisostomus 378-403

11 – Theodosius I 379-395

12 – Arcadius 395-408

13 – Honorius 395-423 

14 – Constantius III 421

15 – John 423

16 – Interregnum-guardianship 423-444

17 – Valentinian III 444-455, and Attila’s (TTL) invasion

18 – Petronius Maximus 445-456 

19 – Ricimer 456-472; Gaiseric’s invasion, beginning of great migration

20 – Anarchy 472-475

21 – Romulus Augustulus 475-476, Odoacer and Romulus’ captivity

22 – End of independent Western Third Roman Empire as “purely Roman” state

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