Justinian (magister militum per Orientem)

Justinian (Latin: Iustinianus, Greek: Ἰουστινιανός, after 525–582) was an East Roman (Byzantine) aristocrat and general, and a member of the ruling Justinian dynasty. As a soldier, he had a distinguished career in the Balkans and in the East against Sassanid Persia. In his later years, he plotted unsuccessfully against regent and later emperor Tiberius II (r. 574–582).

Justinian
Bornafter 525
Constantinople
Died582
Constantinople
AllegianceByzantine Empire
Rankmagister militum
Battles/warsByzantine–Sassanid War of 572–591
RelationsGermanus (father)
Justin (brother)
Justin II (cousin)
John (brother-in-law)