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Constantine VII & Romanos II
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Constantine VII & Romanos II

A gold Byzantine nomisma coin depicting Emperor Constantine VII (r. 945-959 CE) and his son and successor Romanos II (r. 959-963 CE).
Constantius II
Definition by Craig Morley

Constantius II

Constantius II ruled the Roman Empire between 337-361 CE. He was the second son of Constantine the Great and Fausta. Constantius was a devout follower of Arianism Christianity. Ruling for 24 years, he was the longest reigning son of Constantine...
The Colossus of Constantine
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The Colossus of Constantine

Once located in the west apse of the Basilica of Maxentius, fragments of the Colossus of Constantine are now located in the courtyard of the Palazzo dei Conservatori of the Musei Capitolini on the Capitoline Hill, Rome. Marble, 312 CE.
Trinity
Definition by Rebecca Denova

Trinity

The Christian doctrine of the Trinity (from the Latin trinus, meaning "threefold") professes that there is one God, but three eternal and consubstantial persons (aspects): the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The Father is the God of...
Basilica of Constantine, Trier
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Basilica of Constantine, Trier

The Basilica of Constantine (Aula Palatina) in Trier (Germany) was built around 310 CE by Constantine I (r. 306-337 CE) as the reception and throne room of the imperial palace . With an interior 67 metres (219 ft) long and 33 metres (108...
Gold Medallion of Constantine the Great
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Gold Medallion of Constantine the Great

Medallions with designs similar to coins could be worn as a symbol of allegiance, or given as prestigious gifts. They were specifically to be attractive, as display or presentation pieces. Gold medallion of the Roman Emperor Constantine I...
Chrocus
Definition by Joshua J. Mark

Chrocus

Chrocus (Crocus) was a king of the Alemanni who invaded Roman Gaul c. 256 CE until he was defeated by the Roman legions at Arles and then executed. Conversely, he was a king of the Alemanni who served Rome and supported Constantine the Great...
Arch of Constantine I
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Arch of Constantine I

The north side of the Arch of Constantine I in Rome. Dedicated in 315 CE, the triumphal arch celebrates the emperor's victory over the Roman tyrant Maxentius in 312 CE. It is the largest surviving triumphal arch and the last great Imperial...
Mosaic with the Virgin Mary, Constantine and Justinian, Hagia Sophia
Image by Carole Raddato

Mosaic with the Virgin Mary, Constantine and Justinian, Hagia Sophia

Mosaic panel located at the southwestern entrance of the basilica Hagia Sophia (Istanbul) depicting the emperor Constantine I holding a model of the city of Constantinople (right), the emperor Justinian I holding a model of Hagia Sophia (left...
Emperor Constantine
Image by John Tuttle

Emperor Constantine

A statue of the Roman Emperor "Constantine the Great" who reigned from approximately 306 to 337 CE.
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