Feb 25, 2019 · Constantine assumed sole control over the empire in A.D. 324. Rome, however, was losing its luster for him. Tensions remained high between the city’s pagans and the Christian emperor.
Galerius saw Constantine's father as a rival and Constantine feared for his life. There are stories that Galerius tried to have him killed in many ways, but Constantine survived each time. Eventually Constantine fled and joined his father in Gaul in the Western Roman Empire.
Discover Ancient Rome Understanding people in the past can be fun, learning about ancient Rome is interesting and enjoyable. Some kings like Lucius were not very popular and sometimes cruel to people. They became very powerful and conquered other lands. They had patricians who were rich nobles and owner a lot of land. The plebeians … Continue reading "Rome"
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The Romans Facts for Kids. As the city of Rome grew in power, it began to invade other areas of the world. By AD 117, the Roman Empire included North Africa, most of modern-day Europe, Great Britain (as far as Scotland) and many of the lands in the Middle East. Roman leader Julius Caesar was the first to attempt an invasion of Britain.
Dec 25, 2018 · In the Netherlands, kids and families simply refused to give up St. Nicholas as a gift bringer. They brought Sinterklaas with them to New World colonies, where the legends of the shaggy and scary ...
Feb 22, 2018 · The next section covers the age of the great prophets, who were believed to be in daily contact with God, and who routinely humiliated the Canaanites’ deities with feats of strength and miracles. Finally, the two books of Kings cover the “Golden Age” of Israel, under the kings Saul, David, and Solomon, centered around the tenth century B.C.