Constantine the Great

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Noun1.Constantine the Great - Emperor of Rome who stopped the persecution of Christians and in 324 made Christianity the official religion of the Roman EmpireConstantine the Great - Emperor of Rome who stopped the persecution of Christians and in 324 made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire; in 330 he moved his capital from Rome to Byzantium and renamed it Constantinople (280-337)
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Pope Tawadros II explained that Saint Helena, Constantine the Great's mother, built a church in each area the Holy Family passed by in Egypt.
The Santacruzan is an elaborate tableau of biblical and historical characters and events culminating in the discovery of Christ's Holy Cross by Roman Empress Helena, mother of Emperor Constantine the Great.
Helena (Reyna Elena), mother of Constantine the Great (Constantino).
Cardinals are beginning to arrive at the Vatican, but one has fled Rome for Malta in search of a document that dates back to the 4th century and Constantine the Great. Former Justice Department operative, Cotton Malone, is at Lake Como, Italy, on the trail of legendary letters between Winston Churchill and Benito Mussolini that disappeared in 1945 and could re-write history.
274: Constantine the Great, the Roman emperor who became a Christian, was born.
There's a remarkable collection of coins from the ancient mint at Mount Rudnik and a wealth of Roman material (I had no idea that as many as 18 emperors, including Constantine the Great, were born in what is now Serbia).
Prior to the time of Constantine the Great, these communities continued in various way to resist the oppressive nature of Roman Imperial theology.
Julian being the nephew of Constantine the Great has always been seen as a future ruler, a prospective usurper.
In the era of Constantine the Great, his mother, Helena visited the site of Saint Demiana's monastery palace, where she had a church built over the tomb.
(10) John Firth, Constantine the Great: The Reorganisation of the Empire and Triumph of the Church (New York: Palatine Press, 1905; 2015), chp.
Even in the modern scientific era, the primary basis for the ( duration of most courses of antibiotics is a decree ( Constantine the Great issued in A.D.
The Santacruzan (after 'Santa Cruz,' or the Holy Cross) commemorates the finding of the True Cross by Queen Helena, mother of Constantine the Great, the first Christian king.

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