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  1. Constantine I (27 February 272 – 22 May 337 AD) was a powerful general who reigned over the Roman Empire as emperor, until his death. He made the previously named city Byzantium (now Istanbul, Turkey) capital of the whole Roman Empire. As emperor, he named the city Constantinople, which means "City of Constantine" in Greek.

  2. Dec 27, 2021 · Constantine was a brilliant military leader, defeating the Franks and Alamanni in 306-308, as well as the Visigoths in 332 and the Sarmatians in 334. This bolstered his political clout, as he became known as someone who could bring the splitting Roman Empire together.

  3. Jul 20, 2022 · Constantine I, also known as “Constantine the Great,” was born on February 27, 272 A.D. in a city called Naissus. This city was located in the Dardania province of the Roman Empire which was then part of the Moesia province in today’s Balkan region of Eastern Europe. Today, this city is called “ Niš ” and is located in Serbia.

  4. Constantine the Great Constantine I, often known as Constantine the Great, was the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity. He ruled from 306 to 337 CE. Before being summoned back to the west to battle alongside his father in Britain, he began his career by conducting campaigns in the eastern provinces (against barbarians and the Persians).

  5. Apr 01, 2022 · Constantine, who lived the rest of his life in today’s Istanbul, was buried in the Church of the Holy Apostles when he died. 7. The First Council of Nicaea Constantine was the first person laying the foundations of Christianity in political terms.

  6. May 21, 2021 · Photo: adoc-photos/Corbis via Getty Images Quick Facts Constantine I c. February 27, 0280 May 22, 0337 Constantine I had his eldest son, Crispus, and his wife, Fausta, put to death in 326....

  7. Dec 20, 2021 · What are 5 facts about Constantine? 1. Constantine was the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity. 2. He issued the Edict of Milan, which allowed for toleration of Christians in Rome....

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