Theodosius II (401–50) Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Emperor (408–50). He was dominated by his ministers. Theodosius' armies repelled Persian invasions, and the fortifications of Constantinople were strengthened. He promulgated the Theodosian Code of laws (438).
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