Flavius Gaudentius

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Flavius Gaudentius (or simply Gaudentius) (died 425 AD) was the father of the Roman magister militum Flavius Aetius and married to an Italian noblewoman.wikipedia
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Flavius Aetius

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Flavius Gaudentius (or simply Gaudentius) (died 425 AD) was the father of the Roman magister militum Flavius Aetius and married to an Italian noblewoman. Later, when his son Flavius Aetius was born in 396, Gaudentius served as magister equitum, or Master of Cavalry, under the Emperor Honorius.
His father, Flavius Gaudentius, was a Roman general and described as a native of the Roman province of Scythia, although some have interpreted this as a topos and used to describe a Gothic origin.

Magister militum

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Flavius Gaudentius (or simply Gaudentius) (died 425 AD) was the father of the Roman magister militum Flavius Aetius and married to an Italian noblewoman.
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Roman Empire

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Flavius Gaudentius (or simply Gaudentius) (died 425 AD) was the father of the Roman magister militum Flavius Aetius and married to an Italian noblewoman.

Scythia Minor

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He is described as a native of the Roman province Scythia (although some misread this to portray him as an ethnic Scythian).

List of Byzantine emperors

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Gaudentius served under the Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius I against the usurper Eugenius.

Theodosius I

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Gaudentius served under the Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius I against the usurper Eugenius.

Usurper

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Gaudentius served under the Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius I against the usurper Eugenius. He served under the usurper Ioannes until his death in a military uprising in Gaul in 425.

Eugenius

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Gaudentius served under the Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius I against the usurper Eugenius.

Master of the Horse

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Later, when his son Flavius Aetius was born in 396, Gaudentius served as magister equitum, or Master of Cavalry, under the Emperor Honorius.

Honorius (emperor)

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Later, when his son Flavius Aetius was born in 396, Gaudentius served as magister equitum, or Master of Cavalry, under the Emperor Honorius.

Augustine of Hippo

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Presumably he was Christian, as Augustine of Hippo claimed that he destroyed pagan temples in Carthage.

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

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According to The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Gaudentius was still serving the Western Empire in the 420s as magister militum of the Western Roman Empire.

Western Roman Empire

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According to The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Gaudentius was still serving the Western Empire in the 420s as magister militum of the Western Roman Empire.

Ioannis

He served under the usurper Ioannes until his death in a military uprising in Gaul in 425.

Gaudentius

Flavius Gaudentius (died 432), the father of the Roman magister militum Flavius Aëtius

Olybrius

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Regardless, the powerful Magister militum Aetius had forced Valentinian to betroth Placidia to his own son Gaudentius, so Olybrius could not have married her before Aetius' death.

Galla Placidia

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Aetius was a son of Flavius Gaudentius, magister militum, and Aurelia.

Flavia (gens)

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Flavius Gaudentius, a Roman general of Scythian origin, who served under the emperor Honorius; he was the father of Aëtius.

425

Flavius Gaudentius, Roman general (magister militum)