Unformatted text preview: Roman world. 9. Battle at the Milvian Bridge. Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea, Constantine’s biographer wrote of the account 10. Constantine’s conversion, “By this sign you shall conquer,” and the Chi Rho a. Symbol. 11. Constantine’s mission: Save the Roman Empire and enhance the Christian Church. 12. Edict of Milan in 313AD stopped the persecution of the Christians. 13. Council of Nicea (Nicaea) in 324AD, distinction between God and Christ. 300 bishops, hundreds of clergyman, and lay people, resulted in the Nicaean Creed. 14. Building of new churches, expanding the faith, setting bishops in charge of territories. 15. 330AD Byzantium created. 16. Constantine died in 337AD and was baptized on his death bed....
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