Friday, 26 August 2011
Constantius and Gallus - History Books Review Colin Sanders
The sons of Constantine were all killed in civil wars with the exception of Constantius. He found running the empire alone to be difficult, and recruited his cousin Gallus to act as emperor in the East. Unfortunately it didn't work out too well. Colin gives us the story of the unfortunate Gallus and in the process illuminates just how decadent the court in Constantinople was becoming.