1164 Ab Urbe Condita = 411 goude J.-K.

Bloavezh boutin o kregiñ hag hoc'h echuiñ gant ur Sul

4e kantved - 5vet kantved - 6vet kantved
380390400 - Bloavezhioù 410 - 420430440



Impalaeriezh romanAozañ

  • Impalaer ar C'hornôg : Honorius
  • Impalaer ar Reter : Theodosius II
  • Koñsuled : Theodosius II. Aug. III (Reter); hep kenseurt evit ar C'hornôg [1] ref
Bede. 11. [2]

In his place (Gratian), Constantine, a common trooper of no merit, was chosen Emperor solely on account of his auspicious name. Once he had obtained power, he crossed into Gaul, where he was hoodwinked into many worthless treaties by the barbarians and caused great harm to the commonwealth. Before long, at the order of Honorius, Count Constantius entered Gaul with an army, besieged Constantine in the city of Arles, captured him, and put him to death. His son Constans, a monk whom he had created Caesar, was also put to death by Count Gerontius in Vienne.

Beda. 11

War e lerc'h (Gratianus), Constantinus, ur soudard boutin eus talvoudegezh ebet, e oa savet impalaer nemet diwar arouez e anv. Adalek bet tapet ar c'halloud gantañ, e treuzas ar mor evit mont da Galia,


Reter nesañAozañ


Arzoù, skridoù, ha skiantoùAozañ


Ganedigezhioù 411Aozañ

Marvioù 411Aozañ


  1. André Blanc. L'homme emprisonne le temps. Les Calendriers. Les Belles Lettres.1986.
  2. Bede : A history of the English Church and People. Translated and with an introduction by Leo Sherley-Price. Revised by R.E. Latham. Penguin Books. 1968.
  3. Maurice Bouvier-Ajam : Les empereurs gaulois. Taillandier. 1984. P.302
  4. Joseph Chardronnet : Le Livre d'or des saints de Bretagne. Armor-Editeur. Rennes. 1977