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8 April, 20:28

Why was emperor Constantine historically significant to the Roman Empire?

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  1. 8 April, 22:18
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    Correct answer: 1. first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity and 2. moved the capital to present day Istanbul

    Explanation: Constantine was a lauded Emperor and general who converted to Christianity on his deathbed and who moved the imperial palace to present day Istanbul (named Constantinople for years)
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