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Emperor Constantine

by Hans A. Pohlsander

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rome
    • Subjects:
    • Constantine I, Emperor of Rome, d. 337.,
    • Emperors -- Rome -- Biography.,
    • Rome -- History -- Constantine I, the Great, 306-337.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-105).

      StatementHans A. Pohlsander.
      SeriesLancaster pamphlets
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG315 .P65 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 105 p. :
      Number of Pages105
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL973289M
      ISBN 100415131782
      LC Control Number96010186

      With Free minds all are to worship their Gods. Constantine the Great. Mind, Worship, Emperor Constantine. "Defending Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom". Book by Peter Leithart, The author didn't say that. There is a mistake in the text of this quote. The quote belongs to another author. Popular books/movies such as the Da Vinci Code or Holy Blood, Holy Grail portray him as the Roman Emperor who basically made the Bible into what it is today for his own political ends. Is that true? Let us start with some easy-to-verify facts about him. Constantine the Great: Facts on-hand. Constantine was the Roman Emperor from AD.

      Emperor of the Roman Empire Constantine was the first Christian Emperor of the Roman Empire Because of Constantine, the despised and persecuted “superstition” called Christianity suddenly arose from the shadows of Roman society and almost overnight, assumed the spiritual 1 Michael Grant, Constantine the Great: The Man and His Times File Size: KB. That raises the question of why books like the Gospel of Mary, the Gospel of Judas, the Gospel of Thomas, and other ancient books (like 1 Enoch) never made it into the Bible. One conspiracy theory is that the books of the New Testament were picked by Emperor Constantine at the Council of Nicea.

      Chapter 1. Preface.— Of the Death of Constantine. Already have all mankind united in celebrating with joyous festivities the completion of the second and third decennial period of this great emperor's reign; already have we ourselves received him as a triumphant conqueror in the assembly of God's ministers, and greeted him with the due meed of praise on the twentieth . Constantine assumed sole control over the empire in A.D. Rome, however, was losing its luster for him. Tensions remained high between the city’s pagans and the Christian emperor.


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Emperor Constantine by Hans A. Pohlsander Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Emperor Constantine is undoubtably one of the most widely discussed figures of antiquity - only Alexander the Great rivals him in the number of books devoted to his study. This is not surprising; as David Potter writes in this one, Constantine was `not only one of the most successful emperors of Rome, but one of history's most influential leaders'.Cited by: 9.

Constantine is a fascinating survey of the life and enduring legacy of perhaps the greatest and most unjustly ignored of the Roman emperors―written by a richly gifted historian.

Paul Stephenson offers a nuanced and deeply satisfying account of a man whose cultural and spiritual renewal of the Roman Empire Cited by: 4. Constantine the Great delves into the reasons why the reign of this Roman emperor () marked an historical epoch, albeit one charged with irony.

Founding his capital at Constantinople, Constantine revitalized the Eastern half of the empire, enabling it to survive and to flourish (as the Byzantine Empire) for another thousand years/5. It's not really a biography, and despite the title, only about half the book is about the reign of Emperor Constantine, with the first half being a grounding in the crisis of the third century, and Diocletian's reign (and depicts the Tetrarchy as being far less a far-sighted idea than I've seen elsewhere), and then shows what Constantine's place in Emperor Constantine book Imperial court was /5.

Constantine grew up during the Tetrarchy, a system in which the Roman Empire was divided into western and eastern halves, each headed by an emperor (``Augustus'') and a deputy (``Caesar'').

Constantine was the son of Constantius I Chlorus, a rough soldier of humble origin who rose to become the Caesar to Diocletian's co- emperor Maximian in Constantine became emperor of Rome in A.D.

A little later he supposedly embraced the Christian faith for himself and for his empire, in an attempt to bring about the amalgamation of PAGANISM and CHRISTIANITY. In AD, Emperor Contantine ordered that an "ecumenical Bible" be written.

Constantine wanted. Answer: It is very important to clarify exactly what role the Emperor Constantine played in the Council of Nicea, what the purpose for the council was, what happened at Nicea, and briefly how the canon—the Bible as we know it—was formed.

Constantine was a Roman Emperor who lived from to A.D. Constantine I, the first Roman emperor to profess Christianity. He not only initiated the evolution of the empire into a Christian state but also provided the impulse for a distinctively Christian culture that prepared the way for the growth of Byzantine and Western medieval culture.

Excerpt The emperor Constantine has been called the most important emperor of Late Antiquity. His powerful personality laid the foundations not only of St Peter's Basilica in Rome and of Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre, but of post-classical European civilization; his reign was eventful and highly dramatic.

Fascinating and readable biography by a great populariser of classical civilisation. Directly responsible for momentuos transformwations of the Imperial scene, Constantine will always be.

Constantine was the first Christian emperor. His reign began inand after a series of internal struggles, he consolidated his rule over the entire Roman Empire in In addition to his successful military campaigns, Constantine made several administrative changes that established and extended his influence.

Synopsis. Constantine I was born circa in Naissus, Moesia (now Niš, Serbia). His father became the Western Roman emperor in ; after his father's death, Constantine fought to take power.

The Roman Emperor Constantine (c - A.D.) was one of the most influential personages in ancient history. By adopting Christianity as the religion of the vast Roman Empire, he elevated a once illegal cult to the law of the land. At the Council of Nicea, Constantine the Great settled Christian doctrine for the ages.

With Diocletian’s abdication in A.D.Constantine’s troops acclaimed him as caesar. He preserved the idea of territorial caesars who spoke and acted in his name, but only he was supreme emperor. Here, halfway into the book, Potter (Greek and.

Of Constantine's early years, we know only that he was born in Illyria, a region in the Balkans. His father, Constantius Chlorus, was already a Roman official on the rise. Emperor Constantine provides a convenient and concise introduction to one of the most important figures in ancient history.

Taking into account the historiographical debates of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Hans A. Pohlsander: * describes the Roman world into which Constantine was born * assesses Constantine's ability as a soldier and statesman *.

Constantine grew up in the court of the emperor Constantine Chlorus, who was a Neoplatonist and a devotee of the Unconquered Sun. His mother, Empress Helena, was a Christian who traveled through the Middle East searching for key sites connected to : Natalia Klimczak.

One of Constantine’s first power moves as the new Holy Roman Emperor was to establish himself as an authority within Christian church. To do that, he convened several synods (pronounced sin-ates): conferences that called presbyters (church elders) and bishops together for the purpose of either asserting or denouncing positions taken by.

In the year A.D., Constantine decreed, “On the venerable day of the Sun let the magistrates and people residing in cities rest, and let all workshops be closed” (Codex Justinianus lib.

3, tit. 12, 3; trans. in Philip Schaff, History of the Christian Church, Vol. 3, p.note 1). There, his soldiers proclaimed Constantine emperor, but much rivalry for the vacated office ensued. In Italy, Maxentius, supported by the Romans and by his father Maximian, vied with Severus and Galerius.

Constantine, accepting the lesser title of caesar from Galerius, remained aloof while Maxentius and Maximian defeated Severus and Galerius. This is a portrait of Constantine. R.I.P. Galerius RIP The persecution of Christians was at its worst under the rule of Roman Emperor, Galerius.

When.Chapter 1. A Comparison of Constantine's Piety with the Wickedness of the Persecutors. In this manner that spirit who is the hater of good, actuated by envy at the blessing enjoyed by the Church, continued to raise against her the stormy troubles of intestine discord, in the midst of a period of peace and ile, however, the divinely-favored emperor did not slight the .Constantine the Great (about AD), Roman emperor (), the first Roman ruler to be converted to Christianity.

He was the founder of Constantinople (present-day Istanbul), which remained the capital of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire until Can We Write Your Essay?

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