Constantine I

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Emperor of Rome who stopped the persecution of Christians and in 324 made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire

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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 today--history.