*Constantine "The Not So Great Christian"*

in constantine •  3 months ago



I stand near the great statue of Constantine exposed in the atrium of the beautiful Capitol Museums.

Many consider him to be the greatest advocate and friend of Christianity, because the Edict of Milan (then Mediolanum, I guess 🤣) from 313 AD, when he gave the equality to Christian religion with other pagan ancient roman, etruscan, persian and greek religions. But did the he become Christian as well? The answers are conveyed by Constantine's Arch near Colosseun with hidden elements of the "Good Emperors" such as Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius and the worship of the god Sol and his Luna!
I wouldn't say so! What do you think?


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