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Alexandria: 331 BC Largest Jewish Community in the world at the time Center of Hellenism Known for its extensive Library Adopted Emperors: Endorsement from previous emperor, Emperor gave position to whoever he felt was most qualified Aurelian Wall: Wall around Rome Adrianople: Empire of west roman empire sent troops to prevent barbarians from entering the empire declared war too hastily wanted to declare for himself and as a result the town was slaughtered, signaled the end of the western empire. Catacombs: Places under the ground where they buried their dead Coloseum: Completed 80 AD Example of Roman architecture and engineering
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Biggest Amphitheatre in the center of Rome Seated 50,000-site of battle reenactments, plays, executions, gladiatorial fights Constantine: Emperor that declared Christianity Embraced it as part of the roman faith Declared it as official religion of Rome in edict of Milan Edict of Antonius: Everyone who lives within the Roman area was considered a Roman citizen Council of Nicaea: Established the doctrine for most of Christian faith, condemned Arianism Settled the calculation on the date of Easter
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