King Constans

King Constans was a King of Britain who ruled from 440 AD – 443 AD.


King Constans was the eldest son and successor of King Constantin. He inherited the throne after his father’s death in 440 AD. Constans was a young, bookish type, and relied heavily on his uncle Duke Vortigern for military advice. He had a short rule, and was murdered in 443 AD by his own Pictish bodyguards. He was succeeded by his uncle Vortigern, after his brothers were secretly hidden in Brittany.


Constans’ father was Constantin, and his brothers were Aurelius and Uther. He also had an uncle Vortigern, an aunt Rowena, and a cousin Cerdic.

King Constans

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