Constantine I, Emperor of Rome

Born: 271?
Died: 337
Biography
Proclaimed emperor at York in 306, reigned 306-337. He legalised Christianity throughout the Roman Empire. Founder of New Rome (Constantinople); commissioner of many buildings and works of art. Son of emperor Constantius Chlorus and his Christian wife St. Helena; father of emperors Constantine II, Constantius II, Constans and empress Helen (consort of emperor Julian).
 
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Bellori, Giovanni Pietro   Veteres Arcus Augustorum Triumphis Insignes Ex Reliquiis quæ Romæ adhuc Supersunt Cum Imaginibus Triumphalibus Restituti Antiquis Nummis Notisquæ Io: Petri Bellorii Illustrati Nunc primum Per Io: Iacobum De Rubeis Æneis typis vulgati. - Romæ [1690]   
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