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Gallic Wars, 58-51 BCE, artwork by J. Shumate

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Constantine I. R. 306-337. Constantine was the 1st Christian emperor. Constantine decided to establish a new Eastern capital representing the integration of the east into the Roman Empire as a whole. He settled on the Greek city of Byzantium, located in strategic spot. The residents spontaneously decided to rename the city Constantinople. Relics of the True Cross & the Rod of Moses protected the city. The Church of the Holy Apostles was built over a temple to Aphrodite. It was the “New…

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Treyarnon Bay Rock Pool. 45 mins drive from Tredethick Farm Cottages. www.tredethick.co.uk

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The Archangel Gabriel The Church of St Mary and St Gabriel South Harting, West Sussex. Life size. Commissioned by a private benefactor. Unveiled by The Bishop of Chichester, April 2009 By Philip Jackson

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St. Constantine, the Prince of Georgia. Name day - October 2nd

Exaltation of the Holy Cross celebrated in front of the Calvary. On September 14, in the Western and Eastern Christian Churches, Catholics celebrate the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. The Feast was founded in the fourth century, when, according to tradition, the Cross of Christ was discovered by the Emperor Constantine's mother, St. Helena, who built the basilica of the Holy Sepulcher. (click on the link and watch the 3:19 minute video)

CupriteLocation: Hilarion Mine, Hilarion area, Kamariza Mines, Agios Konstantinos [St Constantine], Lavrion District Mines, Lavrion District, Attikí Prefecture, Greece Combination of a large Cuprite crystal with some elongated reticulated Cuprite...

Zincrosasite, (Zn,Cu)2(CO3)(OH)2, Kamariza Mines, Agios Konstantinos [St Constantine], Lavrion District Mines, Lavrion District, Attica Prefecture, Greece. Ball size 1.35 mm. Copyright © Germano Fretti

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Agios Konstantinos (Church of St. Constantine)

Agios Konstantinos (Church of St. Constantine) (Hydra Town) - TripAdvisor

St Constantine and St Helena with the True Cross, early 18th century

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