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Two Portraits of Constantine as indicated by Eusebius. Constantine as per Zosimus.

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Diocletian\'s tetrarchy André Thevet The Tetrarchs. Corner of San Marco, Venice.

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Eusebius of Caesarea (263-339) Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine Follower of Origen Wrote the primary history of the Church Knew Constantine actually His picture of the main Christian head

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Constantine\'s fantasy

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Constantine. Follis. Constantinople AD 328

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Labarum Chi-Ro sign. Detail of 4 th c. sarcophagus Coin from the season of Constans (337-350)

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San Vitale, Ravenna

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Christ crushing Satan.

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Two religions joined: Emperor Valens with the Labarum & the statue of Nike (364-7 AD)

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Emperor Valentinian I (364-375) holds labarum. 4 th c. coin (impersonation).

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Constantine crushed Maxentius here. Milvian connect close Rome

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Maxentius (the awful person)

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Maxentius: Roma in sanctuary. Advertisement 308-310.

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Emperor Constantine the Great (d. 337)

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Constantine\'s Arch in Rome (312-15).

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History rehashes itself…

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Constantine as Invincible Sun

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Constantine\'s \'agnostic vision\'

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Vagueness of Civil Religion

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History as recollected or created…

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Timeline 303-311 The Great Persecution began by Diocletian 312 Constantine routs Maxentius; start of Constantine\'s change 313 Edict of Milan 324 Constantine massacres Licinius and gets to be distinctly sole sovereign 325 Council of Nicaea 337 Constantine kicks the bucket; domain is acquired by his two surviving children

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Constantine & his four children

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