By Charles Odahl
This biographical narrative is a close portrayal of the lifestyles and occupation of the 1st Christian emperor Constantine the nice (273 – 337). Combining bright narrative and historic research, Charles Odahl relates the increase of Constantine amid the crises of the past due Roman international, his dramatic conversion to and public patronage of Christianity, and his church development courses in Rome, Jerusalem and Constantinople which remodeled the pagan country of Roman antiquity into the Christian empire medieval Byzantium.
The author’s entire wisdom of the literary resources and his wide study into the cloth is still of the interval suggest that this quantity presents a extra rounded and actual portrait of Constantine than formerly available.
This revised moment variation includes:
- An multiplied and revised ultimate chapter
- A new family tree and an multiplied Chronology
- New illustrations
- Revised and up-to-date Notes and Bibliography
A landmark e-book in Roman Imperial, early Christian, and Byzantine heritage, Constantine and the Christian Empire will stay the normal account of the topic for years to come.
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