Constantine fought in the roman war for several years

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Constantine fought in the Roman war for several years during this time; he witnessed the persecution and murder of Christians, this was a harrowing situation for him. He spent a year in Britain fighting alongside his father until his father became ill. His father’s name was Constantine as Emperor or Augustus of the western portion of the Roman Empire (www1).Both rulers were victorious over battles they fought. In 310 AD Maxentius came out of retirement and rebelled against Constantine. He was captured and forced to commit suicide by Constantine (Anirudh, 2016).The Battle of the Milvan Bridge was fought in 312 AD. Constantine defeated Maximian in this battle, who drowned in the river on the anniversary of his reign October 28 312 AD (Anirudh, 2016). During Constantine’s reign, he won a series of battles and founded the city of Constantinople in 324 AD. Constantine was the longest serving Roman Emperor. He became ill in spring of 337 AD and died on May 22, 337 AD (htt).Constantine became the first Christian Roman Emperor. He fought for Christianity, and he struggled to remove the penalty of confessing Christianity. He bought the knowledge of the
Comparative Essay 4Church of Jesus dying on the cross, and all the saints were depicted on icons. By him doing this, Christianity spread throughout Europe, which later was called New Rome (www1).

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