[ val-uh n-tin-ee-uh n ]
/ ˌvæl ənˈtɪn i ən /
a.d. 321?–375, emperor of Western Roman Empire 364–375.
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Also Val·en·tin·i·a·nus I [val-uh n-tin-ee-ey-nuh s] /ˌvæl ənˌtɪn iˈeɪ nəs/.
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British Dictionary definitions for valentinian i
Valentinianus I (ˌvælənˌtɪnɪˈeɪnəs)
/ (ˌvælənˈtɪnɪən) /
321–375 ad, emperor of the Western Roman Empire (364–375); appointed his brother Valens to rule the Eastern Empire
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