330: Constantinople, built on the existing city of Byzantium, becomes the new capital of the Roman Empire - designated and named with a certain lack of modesty by the Emperor Constantine I
Britain gives no guarantee against seizure, so worst affected would be the Hermitage Rooms at Somerset House, where the exhibition 'The Road to Byzantium', which will include this fourth-century AD medallion of Emperor Constantine I
(left), opens on 30 March.
Alternatively, it may have evolved from Constantinople, which was named after the emperor Constantine I
who re-founded the city in 330AD.
PRIMARY Show students the Clip & Save Art Print and explain that the marble head of the Roman Emperor Constantine I
is a fragment that was originally part of a much larger sculpture that depicted the emperor seated on a throne.
Without efficient and innovative CAM software, every milling machine will soon be what Emperor Constantine is