Constantine / Constantine the Great  -"was Roman Emperor from 306 to 337. Well known for being the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity. Constantine built a new imperial residence in place of Byzantium, naming it New Rome. However, in Constantine's honour, people called it Constantinople, which would later be the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire for over one thousand years. Because of this, he is thought of as the founder of the Eastern Roman Empire." from Wikipedia

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Constantine was the emperor and ruled the roman empire. He stopped persecution of Christians and became a Christian.

Emperor Saint Constantine the Great, Equal to the Apostles. Emperor of Rome and founder of New Rome (Constantinople). The first Christian Roman Emperor.

Emperor Constantine I presents a representation of the city of Constantinople as tribute to an enthroned Mary and Christ Child in this church mosaic. St Sophia, c. 1000

Emperor Constantine I presents a representation of the city of Constantinople as tribute to an enthroned Mary and Christ Child in this church mosaic. St Sophia, c.

CONSTANTINE II Jr Constantine the Great SON 320AD Ancient Roman Coin i65539

CONSTANTINE II Jr Constantine the Great SON 320AD Ancient Roman Coin i65539

CONSTANTINE II Constantine the Great son 325AD Ancient Roman Coin GATE i65374

CONSTANTINE II Constantine the Great son 325AD Ancient Roman Coin GATE i65374

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CONSTANTINE II Constantine the Great son Ancient Roman Coin Camp Gate i65711

Bust of Constantine the Great.    See the latest art postings & news on our FaceBook page --> http://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Curated-Postings-For-World-Collectors-BusaccaGallerycom/162223507151876

Saint Emperor Constantine in the fourth century CE made the capital Constantinople. Separate emperors ruled from it after his death. Pictured here is a bust of Constantine.

Christian Symbolism on coins of Constantine the Great

A page about Christian symbolism on bronze coins of Constantine the Great.

Saint Constantine the Great with Saint Helena, his mother.

A Cross Grown from Adam’s Mouth – The Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Orthodox Bulgarian icon of Constantine and his mother, St. Helena - When Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (reigned ruled Rome, Christianity became the dominant religion of the Roman Empire.

Colossal marble head of Emperor ConstantineThe age of Constantine marked a distinct epoch in the history of the Roman Empire. He built a new imperial residence at Byzantium and named it New Rome. However, in Constantine's honor, the Romans called it Constantinople, which would later be the capital of what is now known as the Byzantine Empire for over one thousand years. Because of this, he is thought of as the founder of the Byzantine Empire

Constantine: Constantine the Great, also known as Constantine I or Saint Constantine, was Roman Emperor from 306 to Constantine was the son of Flavius Valerius Constantius, a Roman army officer, and his consort Helena.

St. Helena, Roman Catholic Empress mother of Constantine the Great. Her porphyry sarcophagus is in the Vatican Museum.  Feastday Aug. 18

Saint Helen -- Lovely image by Italian Renaissance artist Cima da Conegliano depicts St. Helen, the mother of Constantine and finder of the True Cross.

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Constantine the Great Ancient Roman Coin Collecting Guide

Constantine the Great Family & Enemy Ancient Roman Coins Educational Article with Video

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