Definition of Theodosius I in English:

Theodosius I

Syllabification: The·o·do·si·us I
Pronunciation: /THēəˌdōSH(ē)əs T͟Həˈfərst
 
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( Circa 346–395), Roman emperor 379–395; full name Flavius Theodosius; known as Theodosius the Great. He took control of the Eastern Empire and ended the war with the Visigoths. A pious Christian, in 391 he banned all forms of pagan worship.

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