The History of Rome

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War between Licinius and Constantine flared up again in 324 AD. This time Constantine would finish the job.
Constantine and Licinius split up the Empire following the death of Maximinus Daia in 313. It did not take long for relations betweent the two Emperors to turn sour.
Constantine and Licinius split up the Empire following the death of Maximinus Daia in 313. It did not take long for relations betweent the two Emperors to turn sour.
Constantine and Licinius split up the Empire following the death of Maximinus Daia in 313. It did not take long for relations betweent the two Emperors to turn sour.
In 313 AD, Maximinus Daia and Licinus fought for control of the Eastern Roman Empire.
In 313 AD, Maximinus Daia and Licinus fought for control of the Eastern Roman Empire.
In 313 AD, Maximinus Daia and Licinus fought for control of the Eastern Roman Empire.
133- The Milvian Bridge April 11, 2011
On October 28, 312 AD Constantine and Maxentius fought a battle at Rome's doorstep for control of the Western Empire.
133- The Milvian Bridge April 11, 2011
On October 28, 312 AD Constantine and Maxentius fought a battle at Rome's doorstep for control of the Western Empire.
133- The Milvian Bridge April 11, 2011
On October 28, 312 AD Constantine and Maxentius fought a battle at Rome's doorstep for control of the Western Empire.
132- In This Sign April 4, 2011
Prior to the Battle of the Milvian Bridge Constantine experienced visions and dreams that promised him victory if he embraced Christianity.
132- In This Sign April 4, 2011
Prior to the Battle of the Milvian Bridge Constantine experienced visions and dreams that promised him victory if he embraced Christianity.
132- In This Sign April 4, 2011
Prior to the Battle of the Milvian Bridge Constantine experienced visions and dreams that promised him victory if he embraced Christianity.
131- The New Game in Town March 28, 2011
With the Tetrarchy in shambles, Diocletian will be called out of retirement in 308 AD to help broker a settlement. But the new new order will prove as bad as the old new order.
131- The New Game in Town March 28, 2011
With the Tetrarchy in shambles, Diocletian will be called out of retirement in 308 AD to help broker a settlement. But the new new order will prove as bad as the old new order.
131- The New Game in Town March 28, 2011
With the Tetrarchy in shambles, Diocletian will be called out of retirement in 308 AD to help broker a settlement. But the new new order will prove as bad as the old new order.
130- Lost in Transition March 14, 2011
Less than two years after Diocletian's abdication, the Tetrarchy was left in shambles following the power plays of Constantine and Maxentius.
130- Lost in Transition March 14, 2011
Less than two years after Diocletian's abdication, the Tetrarchy was left in shambles following the power plays of Constantine and Maxentius.
130- Lost in Transition March 14, 2011
Less than two years after Diocletian's abdication, the Tetrarchy was left in shambles following the power plays of Constantine and Maxentius.
129- Abdication March 7, 2011
In 305 AD, Diocletian and Maximian voluntarily abdicated the throne, handing power over to Galerius and Constantius.