Constantinian dynasty

Constantine I with his two eldest sons by Fausta, Constantine II and Constantius II
Silver coin of Constans, showing Constans, Constantine II and Constantius II

The Constantinian dynasty is an informal name for the ruling family of the Roman Empire from Constantius Chlorus (died 306) to the death of Julian in 363. It is named after its most famous member, Constantine the Great who became the sole ruler of the empire in 324. The dynasty is also called Neo-Flavian because every Constantinian emperor bore the name Flavius, similarly to the rulers of the first Flavian dynasty in the 1st century.

Other rulers of the tetrarchy were related to the Constantinian dynasty: