Constantine Revisited

Author: John D. Roth
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1610978196
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This collection of essays continues a long and venerable debate in the history of the Christian church regarding the legacy of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great.

The Da Vinci Code Revisited

Author: Christopher H.K. Persaud
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450034896
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he Roman emperor Constantine convened the Council of Nicea after there arose
controversy and disagreement among the Christians in his Empire pertaining to
certain theological issues, including debate as to whether Jesus Christ was
divine or human, or both. Constantine was a social and political figure, not a
theologian or Church leader who wished to impose his religious convictions
upon his subjects. It is not readily apparent the emperor nurtured any of the
profound religious ...

Jerusalem Revisited

Author: William Henry Bartlett
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The second position, viz. that this is really the Church built by Constantine, is
chiefly based by Mr. Ferguson on the study of its architecture, a point on which he
may be considered a more competent authority than any preceding writer on
Jerusalem. He affirms that, notwithstanding the Saracenic dome and casing
which have so long deceived the eye, the interior arrangements and details are
obviously of the age of Constantine. This assertion is founded principally on a
drawing of Mr.

The Middle Ages Revisited

Author: A. Del Mar
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5873872880
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So long as the empire remained an empire at all, and this was certainly the case
down to the thirteenth century, its cOntests with the pontificate arose out of their
mutual claim to the hierarchical crown of Julius Caesar, Augustus and
Constantine, all of whom had been both emperors and high-priests of Rome.
Many modern writers, misled by the anachronical literature which has been
created on this subject, have represented the Medieval emperors as little better
than lunatics, whose ...

Civil Military Relations Nation Building And National Identity

Author: Amir Bar-Or
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275979232
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Comparative Perspectives Constantine Panos Danopoulos, Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi
, Amir Bar-Or. 14. Partition. Revisited: The. International. Dimension. and. the.
Case. of. Cyprus. Philippos. K. Savvides. INTRODUCTION Since the end of the
Cold War, especially, intrastate conflicts and the issue of partition have become
constant matters of debate among academics and policymakers alike. This
debate revolves around the reasons for the emergence of intrastate conflicts and
the ways in ...

Hamburg Revisited

Author: John R. Edson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439623880
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William L. Froehley, born June 1882, was the third generation of the Froehley
family furniture and undertaking business that was operated on Lake Street, in
the Grange Building on Main Street, and on Lake Avenue in the village of
Blasdell. Constantine Froehley established the business in 1877, and it was later
run by his son William C. Froehley until his death August 1922. (Courtesy
Hamburg Historical Society.) This photograph from 1910 shows the Froehley
furniture store and.