Most Europeans know the name of the former Roman capital Constantinople. The city was named after one of the most significant emperors of all time, Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantius Augustus, or as he is more commonly known: Constantine the Great.
The question that is being raised is then: why was the age of Constantine the Great such an important turning point in the history of the Roman Empire?
The rise of Constantine.
Toleration of Christians.
Acceptance from the Aristocracy of Rome.
Conversion to Christianity.
A new capital for the Empire.