Valentinianus Galates (January 18, AD 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the emperor Valens.

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  • Valentinianus Galates (January 18, AD 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the emperor Valens. (en)
  • Valentinianus Galates (18 January AD 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the emperor Valens. (en)
  • Valentinianus Galates (18 January 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the Roman emperor Valens (r. 364–378), who ruled the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity. Born into the ruling Valentinianic dynasty, Valentinianus became Roman consul as an infant, but he died in early childhood, and the empire passed to the sons and daughter of Valentinian the Great (r. 364–375), Valentinianus Galates's uncle. According to the 4th- and 5th-century ecclesiastical histories written by Nicene Christians, Valentinianus died as a result of his father's Arian Christianity. (en)
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  • Valentinianus Galates (January 18, AD 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the emperor Valens. (en)
  • Valentinianus Galates (18 January AD 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the emperor Valens. (en)
  • Valentinianus Galates (18 January 366 – c. 370) was the only son of the Roman emperor Valens (r. 364–378), who ruled the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity. Born into the ruling Valentinianic dynasty, Valentinianus became Roman consul as an infant, but he died in early childhood, and the empire passed to the sons and daughter of Valentinian the Great (r. 364–375), Valentinianus Galates's uncle. According to the 4th- and 5th-century ecclesiastical histories written by Nicene Christians, Valentinianus died as a result of his father's Arian Christianity. (en)
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