Fla·vi·us [fley-vee-uhs], /ˈfleɪ vi əs/, a.d. c328–378, emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire 364–378.
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How to use Valens in a sentence
Fritigern expectedly appealed for aid from the Roman emperor Valens, this time in the form of asylum within Roman borders.Goths: Germanic Warriors Who Exposed The Roman Empire | Dattatreya Mandal | September 4, 2022 | Realm of History
Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson died in a plane crash in Clear Lake, Iowa, on February 3, 1959.
Then there are artists like Ritchie Valens, who had great potential before tragically dying young in a plane crash.
The Sounds of East Los Angeles, an excavation of the underappreciated genre that gave us Ritchie Valens.
Constantine received the mention of Valens with indignation and contempt.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire | Edward Gibbon
Valens was of a timid, and Valentinian of a choleric, disposition.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire | Edward Gibbon
Valens, hearing of it, put him and them to death, and many others whose names began with these letters.
He concealed himself in the tomb of his father, where he remained four months, until Valens allowed him to return.
Five months after the death of Valens the Emperor Gratian did a deed perhaps unparalleled.The Walls of Constantinople | Bernard Granville Baker
British Dictionary definitions for Valens
?328–378 ad, emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire (364–378); appointed by his elder brother Valentinian I, emperor of the Western Empire
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