Constantine and the Christian Empire

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Routledge, 2003 M10 4 - 424 páginas
Drawing on over a quarter of a century of the author's research and experience, this book, illustrated with ninety-two photographs and eight maps, is the standard work on the man and his life for scholars, students, and all those interested in Roman imperial, early Christian, and Byzantine imperial history.
 

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Contenido

1 THE SUBJECT AND THE ANCIENT SOURCES
1
2 THE IMPERIAL CRISIS AND THE ILLYRIAN EMPERORS
12
3 THE FIRST TETRARCHY AND THE CAESARS SON
35
4 THE GALLIC EMPEROR AND THE DYING PERSECUTORS
64
5 THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN AND CONSTANTINES CONVERSION
84
6 RELIGIOUS CONCERNS AND APOSTOLIC ROME
106
7 THE EASTERN CRUSADE AND THE NICENCE COUNCIL
143
8 THE DYNASTIC TRAGEDY AND HELENAS PILGRIMAGE
178
10 THE FINAL CAMPAIGNS AND THE EMPERORS HEIRS
219
11 THE THIRTEENTH APOSTLE AND THE CHRISTIAN EMPIRE
239
12 THE LEGACY AND MODERN INTERPRETATIONS
250
ABBREVIATIONS
255
NOTES
257
BIBLIOGRAPHY
336
INDEX
353
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9 IMPERIAL CONCERNS AND CHRISTIAN CONSTANTINOPLE
196

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Charles Matson Odahl is Professor of Ancient and Medieval History, and Classical and Patristic Latin at Boise State University. His main research interests are Cicero and the late Republic, early Christianity, and Constantine and Late Antiquity. Previous publications include fifteen articles on Constantine and a textbook on Early Christian Latin Literature (1993). He has travelled extensively in Europe and the Mediterranean basin examining extant texts, coins, monuments and historical sites of the Constantinian era.

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