Tiberius II Constantine (Latin: Flavius Tiberius Constantinus Augustus) was Eastern Roman Emperor from 574 to 582.
A native of the Latin-speaking part of Thrace, Tiberius was nonetheless distinguished as the first of the "Greek [-speaking] Caesars" by Edward Gibbon, citing the 13th century Syriac Orthodox patriarch and writer Bar Hebraeus.
|Country||Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire)|
|From||7 December 574|
|To||13 August 582|
|Personal Information||Emperor Tiberius II Constantine of the Eastern Roman Empire|