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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Constantine I (c. A.D. 272–337) was a Western Roman Emperor who, after a series of civil wars, became emperor of the entire Roman Empire. He strengthened the Empire through reforms and led successful military campaigns on the frontiers. He famously legalized Christianity and even converted on his deathbed.

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