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Published on February 25, 2008

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Two Portraits of Constantine :  Two Portraits of Constantine Constantine according to Eusebius. Constantine according to Zosimus. Diocletian’s tetrarchy:  Diocletian’s tetrarchy André Thevet The Tetrarchs. Corner of San Marco, Venice. Eusebius of Caesarea (263-339):  Eusebius of Caesarea (263-339) Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine Follower of Origen Wrote the first history of the Church Knew Constantine personally His portrait of the first Christian emperor Constantine’s dream:  Constantine’s dream Labarum:  Labarum Coin from the time of Constans (337-350) Chi-Ro sign. Detail of 4th c. sarcophagus San Vitale, Ravenna:  San Vitale, Ravenna Christ defeating Satan. :  Christ defeating Satan. Two religions combined: Emperor Valens with the Labarum & the statue of Nike (364-7 AD):  Two religions combined: Emperor Valens with the Labarum & the statue of Nike (364-7 AD) Emperor Valentinian I (364-375) holds labarum. 4th c. coin (imitation). :  Emperor Valentinian I (364-375) holds labarum. 4th c. coin (imitation). Constantine defeated Maxentius here. Milvian bridge near Rome:  Constantine defeated Maxentius here. Milvian bridge near Rome Maxentius (the bad guy):  Maxentius (the bad guy) Emperor Constantine the Great (d. 337):  Emperor Constantine the Great (d. 337) Constantine’s Arch in Rome (312-15).:  Constantine’s Arch in Rome (312-15). History repeats itself…:  History repeats itself… Constantine as Invincible Sun:  Constantine as Invincible Sun Constantine’s ‘pagan vision’:  Constantine’s ‘pagan vision’ Vagueness of Civil Religion:  Vagueness of Civil Religion History as remembered or invented…:  History as remembered or invented… Timeline:  Timeline 303-311 The Great Persecution started by Diocletian 312 Constantine defeats Maxentius; beginning of Constantine’s conversion 313 Edict of Milan 324 Constantine defeats Licinius and becomes sole emperor 325 Council of Nicaea 337 Constantine dies; empire is inherited by his two surviving sons Constantine & his four sons:  Constantine & his four sons

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