Constantine the Great – First Christian Emperor

nConstantine the Great - First Christian Emperor Constantine was with his father the Emperor  Flavius Constantius in York when the Emperor died. According to the arrangement the four emperors had agreed was that no member of their family would  ascend to the purple after then.  That being said the soldiers proclaimed Constantine Emperor in York. It is true that Constantine didn’t refuse the nomination and then set about how to win the throne with the help of the very men who proclaimed him. 

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