House Constans, or in Latin the "Gens Constantia", is a family established by Sir Uthyr of Barnstaple. The family claims a Romano-British heritage steeped in Roman history and Arthurian Legend.


Uthyr discovered his family legacy on his father's deathbed as a young man in the north of England, although he was born sometime shortly before his mother's death in his family's landmark at Tintagel Castle near Devon. He came from humble beginnings but found out he had great ancestry, on which time he reincarnated the House of Constans, claiming descent from King Constans II of the Britons, son of Emperor Constantine III, who himself was grandson of Emperor Constantine the Great, Saint of the Aristotelian Faith who converted the old Empire from the Old Ways.

King Constans II in Arthurian Legend was the legendary king of the Britons betrayed by Vortigern, a chief king of the Celts. Constans II was a former monk of a great Romano-British family, his father Flavius Claudius Constantinus being Emperor Constantine III of the Western Roman Empire. Constantine III was killed sometime before the reign of their enemy Emperor Honorius. Constantine III's grandfather was none other than Constantine the Great, the Saint Emperor who shortly reunited the two halves of the empire and converted the empire and reformed it.

Constans II had two other brothers, known in legend and history. Aurelius Ambrosius Constantinus, or Emrys Wledig in Welsh, was a Romano-British general who defeated the Anglo-Saxons in a great campaign. His other brother was Uther Pendragon, a legendary king who became the father in wedlock of Arthur, or Arturius. This line faded into history with multiple houses claiming descent, but the name Constans invokes the legacy and descent of the line through Constans II and his father Constantine III, a distinctly Romano-British legacy in the later Roman Empire, steeped in service and recognition to Christos, Jah almighty.

Objectives Edit

Sir Uthyr, Lord of House Constans wishes to rebuild his ancestral House in Barnstaple, in the county of Devon in the Kingdom of England. To continue his family's legacy and to bring the Romano-British touch and heritage back to England. Loyalty to the Kingdom of England in the National English Party, and service to his Parish and Diocese under the Holy, Universal, and Apolostic Aristotelian Church in Rome.

More will come to light on House Constans' objectives in English politics and European politics as a whole, or in it's contributions theologically, professionally, militarily, or communally, once the family secures a larger holding and proven family tree of considerable size.

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