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Damian Constantine is the son of Phillipicus, and Aelia Constantine making him a member of House Constantine.

Damian Constantine would be born the third child of Phillipicus the Emperor of Byzantine at the time of his birth, and during his youth he was treated very poorly by his father of whom did not like his son's obsession with books, and lack of obsession with martial matters thus eventually leading to Damian being sent to Nicaea the largest city in the eastern section of the Byzantine Empire. Following the demise of his brother Julian Constantine he would become noticeably absent from politics and gave up the Title of Themata of Low Nicaea to his son Michael Constantine II. Damian Constantine would be placed in command of a portion of the fleet of Nella Constantine but during the conflict he made it very clear to his niece that he was not one for fighting something that his brother had known and thus Nella quietly let this be known to her own brother of whom placed Damian in an economic centered role away from the fighting instead. Damian Constantine would depart Byzantine for Crimeria following the Expansion of the Byzantine Empire under Antonio Constantine and would become the Magnate of the Byzantine merchant holdings there.

History

Early History

Damian Constantine would be born the third child of Phillipicus the Emperor of Byzantine at the time of his birth, and during his youth he was treated very poorly by his father of whom did not like his son's obsession with books, and lack of obsession with martial matters thus eventually leading to Damian being sent to Nicaea the largest city in the eastern section of the Byzantine Empire.

Departure from Politics

Following the demise of his brother Julian Constantine he would become noticeably absent from politics and gave up the Title of Themata of Nicaea to his son Michael Constantine II.

Magnate of Crimeria

Damian Constantine would depart Byzantine for Crimeria following the Expansion of the Byzantine Empire under Antonio Constantine and would become the Magnate of the Byzantine merchant holdings there.

Byzantine Expansion

The First Byzantine-Nehekhara War

Main Article : The First Byzantine-Nehekhara War

The First Byzantine-Nehekhara War
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Invasion of Armenia

Hattian Uprising

Main Article : Hattian Uprising

Laknasu Antulu would instigate his years of planning as the Byzantine attacks on the western Armenian forts achieved success and led to the Armenian forces moving to reinforce the front line, and as his plan moved into its start he mobilized thousands of the most elite of his Hattian forces for the event known as the Hattian Coup of Armenia. During the Hattian Uprising it was Laknasu that would lead the butcher of the town of Talin which stood as his birth place but had become the site of his hatred of the Armenians and during this massacre he started the total war attitude that would permiate the Armenian front when he ordered the killing of men, women, and children leaving no quarter. Inna Kalanth would lead one of the most brutal actions of the Hattian Uprising when she led the assault on the city of Satik where having eliminated the military garrison in a series of brutal killings and ambushes she would be present when they unconditionally surrendered, but as per her orders she would execute all the Armenians in the city leaving none alive.

Fall of Talin

Elise Balabanian would be in the Armenian city of Talin during the Byzantine-Nehekhara War and when the Byzantine forces surrounded the city she took command of the defense after much of the Hattians in the city begin rioting but once she did this the hattians showed the rioting was just to show who would take control and Elise would be killed alongside the entirety of the Armenian leadership of Talin.

Treaty of Antioch

Bartev would be sent to Sirat following the collapse of western Armenia by his father who wanted Bartev to convince the Wiras of Turkey Ediz Sokmen to force the Musir of the Nehekhara forces fighting the Byzantines that the fight was over and to sue for peace. Arriving at Sirat it was Bartev that brought the letter of his father to Ediz and he found Ediz was in a state of panic as the Byzantines had been able to capture the fortress of Antioch and fearing his own position at Sirat it was Ediz that supported the call for peace from Garen Manvellian and would travel alongside Bartev to Aleppo where Nadir-Musir Ugurlu was leading the defense of Aleppo.

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