Flavius Julius Constans was fourth and youngest son of Constantine I, and the third son of Fausta. On Christmas Day 333, at the age of 12, he was elevated to Caesar. Four years later, upon the death of his father, Constans was given the central part of the empire, a realm that included Italy, Illyricum, Macedonia, Achaea, and part of Africa.
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