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  1. Capital punishment, execution of an offender sentenced to death after conviction by a court of law of a criminal offense. The term ‘death penalty’ is sometimes used interchangeably with ‘capital punishment,’ though imposition of the penalty is not always followed by execution. Learn more about capital punishment.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CharlemagneCharlemagne - Wikipedia

    Charlemagne's coronation as Emperor, though intended to represent the continuation of the unbroken line of Emperors from Augustus to Constantine VI, had the effect of setting up two separate (and often opposing) Empires and two separate claims to imperial authority. It led to war in 802, and for centuries to come, the Emperors of both West and ...

  3. The year was 280 AD. At that time, Christianity was not legal in the Roman empire. However, Nicholas wanted to become a priest and worked hard for it, and he was imprisoned because of his beliefs. After a while, Christianity was legalized by Emperor Constantine and Nicholas was elected bishop of the town of Myra.

  4. The fall of the Western Roman Empire (also called the fall of the Roman Empire or the fall of Rome) was the loss of central political control in the Western Roman Empire, a process in which the Empire failed to enforce its rule, and its vast territory was divided into several successor polities.

  5. Dec 01, 2009 · Christianity seems to have adopted the 25th of December (the winter solstice and significant date of the Roman Sol Invictus cult) in the early centuries under Roman patronage to gain security and empathy from the Romans particularly with Emperor Constantine at the helm (Wilson, p137).

  6. Mar 19, 2015 · Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first Roman emperor to be converted to Christianity which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 A.D.) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to ...

  7. Dec 16, 2021 · Adding to this that many of the scriptures were censored from the Christian Bible. Emperor Constantine and his council left out some notable scriptures such as the Book of Enoch. That is a fairly significant redaction in my opinion. I would suggest reading up on it if anyone has the time.