Constantine comes from the Latin name Constantinus, a derivative of Constans which in turn means "constant, steadfast".

In the works of Harry Turtledove, Constantine and its variants may refer to:

Historical figures:

Constans II, Byzantine Emperor referenced in Justinian and Agent of Byzantium.
Constantine I, Roman Emperor, referenced in Justinian.
Constantine III, Byzantine Emperor, referenced in Justinian.
Constantine IV, Byzantine Emperor, appearing in Justinian.
Constantine V, Byzantine Emperor, referenced in Justinian and in "Farmers' Law".
Constantine XI Palaiologos, Byzantine Emperor who is a central character in "The Emperor's Return".
Constantine II, Antipope, man who sought the title of Pope unsuccessfully, referenced in "Islands in the Sea".
Konstantin Rokossovsky, Soviet (later Polish) Marshal referenced in The Hot War.
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, historical rockets scientist referenced in A World of Difference.

Fictional characters:

Constans (Traditions), a Count in "Traditions".
Constantine Doukas, Byzantine officer appearing in "The Eyes of Argos" in Agent of Byzantium.
Constantine Jenkins, American diplomat stationed in Germany in The War That Came Early.
Constantine Jordan, minor fictional character in Worldwar.
Konstantin Morozov, Soviet officer in The Hot War.
Constantine Palaiologos, US Army soldier and minor character in In at the Death.


Constantinople, historical capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, now called Istanbul, relevant to a large number of Turtledove works.

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