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Crispus

Flavius Julius Valerius Crispus (died AD 326) was the oldest son of Constantine the Great, by his first wife Minervina, whom he divorced in 311.

Crispus led Constantine's naval forces to victory over Licinius' fleet in the Battle of Chrysoplois[?] on September 18, 323. He was executed on the orders of his father in 326.

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