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Constantine I Constantine is best known for being the first Christian Roman Emperor. In 313, Constantine announced toleration of Christianity in the Edict of Milan, w…hich removed penalties for professing Christianity (under which many had been martyred in previous persecutions) and returned confiscated Church property. Scholars debate whether Constantine adopted his mother St. Helena's Christianity in his youth, or whether he adopted it gradually over the course of his life. Constantine is also remembered for convoking the Council of Nicaea in 325, one of many significant impacts the emperor had in the development of the Christian religion. the first emporer turned christian for government sake back when. See Related Links See the Related Links for "Constantine I" to the bottom for the answer. 1. Constantine used a rebellion in order to become the emperor of all of Old Rome (had Byzantine Empire- Eastern 1/2 to start with). It becomes Nova Roma or New Rome. 2.He established the great Constantinople. It was situated so it could control trade between the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. This meant it practically controlled global trade. This city later become Istanbul of Turkey (I think) 3. Establishes Christianity as legal. Before they were persecuting them... The funny thing about him is that Constantine had visions of "God" and rode to battle with a flag with a cross on it in order to win. But he wasn't a Christian until the day he died. People say it's easiest to be Christian that way since you can ignore all the rules and then get cleansed before you die....
1 main accomplishment Constantine I the Great was born at 272 AD/ CE Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus son of Constantius Chloros and Helen [Saint Helen]. He …died at 337 AD/ CE. In his 31 years of ruling managed to maintain the full size of the Roman Empire and defeated successfuly his enemies and his competitors for the throne of the Empire. He was the first Roman Emperor who issued a decree about the religious tolerence for the new religion of Christ [313 AD/ CE the Milan decree]. He was also the first to use as emblem/ symbol in his armed forces a flag with a cross. He selected a new capital [New Rome] in the east of his Emprire based in the port city of Byzantium a Greek colony of the city of Megara which was first settled at 700 BCE. After his death his name was given to the city and was called Constantinople capital city of the Byzantine Empire. For his contributions to Christianity the Roman Catholics honoured him the title "The Great" and the Eastern Orthodox proclaimed him and his mother Saints of the Church
he had four sons.
Constantine was in the Byzantine time and he brought the knowledge ogf the church, Jesus dying on the cross and all the saints who are depicted on icons. Christianity spread t…hrought Europe because of him. His empire was called New Rome.
He is at the Haydn Museum in Eisenstadt, Austria
from 306 to 312 AD
Emperor Constantine I lived in the fourth century.
Yes, Constantine had 6 children. The girls wee Constantina and Helena. The boys were Crispus, Constantine II, Constantius II and Constans.
Constantine was a Roman Emperor in the 4th century and he is most noted for being a pro-Christian emperor. He also lied alot. He gained power by winning the Battle of the Milv…ian Bridge against Maxentius and then defeating and killing Licinius. He then divided the empire among his sons. He was the son of Constantius who was part of the orginal diocletian tetrarchy.
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In Roman Empire
He was the last "good" emperor and created a new capitol named after himself "Constantinople" By any chance do you go to slhs? because that was one of my questions for H.W. …sorry about the grammar
In Ancient Rome
Constantine the great's first wife was Minervina. His second wife was Fausta.
John Constantine is a fictional character, who appears in comic books by DC Comics. The character first appeared in June of 1985, and is a working-class magician.
In Roman Empire
The Arch of Constantine has three archawys. The central one is 11.5 m high and 6.5 m wide (37 3/4 x 21 ft.) the lateral ones are 7.4 m by 3.4 m (24 x 11ft.). the whole structu…re is 21 m high, 25.9 m wide and 7.4 m deep (69 x 85 x 24 ft.).