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'''Theodosius III''' was [[List of Roman Emperors (Fidem Pacis)|Roman Emperor]] and Caliph of Islam from 615-617. The son of [[Tiberius III (Fidem Pacis)|Tiberius the Restorer]], he reigned for just long enough to continue his father's work in securing the place of [[Islam (Fidem Pacis)|Islam]] as state religion of the Roman Empire. He died after two years in battle against the [[First Bulgarian Empire (Fidem Pacis)|Bulgars]] and was succeeded by one of his generals, [[Leo the Isaurian (Fidem Pacis)|Leo the Isaurian]].
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'''Theodosius III''' (Greek: '''Θεοδοσιος Γ΄''') was [[List of Roman Emperors (Fidem Pacis)|Roman Emperor]] and Caliph of Islam from 615-617. The son of [[Tiberius III (Fidem Pacis)|Tiberius the Restorer]], he reigned for just long enough to continue his father's work in securing the place of [[Islam (Fidem Pacis)|Islam]] as state religion of the Roman Empire. He died after two years in battle against the [[First Bulgarian Empire (Fidem Pacis)|Bulgars]] and was succeeded by one of his generals, [[Leo the Isaurian (Fidem Pacis)|Leo the Isaurian]].
 
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Latest revision as of 21:47, 16 January 2014

Theodosius III (Greek: Θεοδοσιος Γ΄) was Roman Emperor and Caliph of Islam from 615-617. The son of Tiberius the Restorer, he reigned for just long enough to continue his father's work in securing the place of Islam as state religion of the Roman Empire. He died after two years in battle against the Bulgars and was succeeded by one of his generals, Leo the Isaurian.

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