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Late Roman soldier (4th century)

Late Roman soldier (4th century)

The prosperity of the eastern part of the Roman Empire started in the early 4th century, during the reign of Emperor Constantine.

History

Keywords

Constantine the Great, Roman Emperor, Római Birodalom, mercenary army, soldier, fight, war, weapon, spear, sword, shield, bow, arrow, Constantinople, Eastern Roman Empire, breastplate, emperor, antiquity, clothing, history

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Questions

  • When did Constantine the Great legalise Christianity?
  • What was the name of the new capital city of the empire whose building was ordered by Constantine?
  • Where is Constantinople situated?
  • When was the first Council of Nicaea held?
  • Where did Constantine the Great convene a synod in 325 AD?
  • Is it true that Constantine himself converted to Christianity?
  • In which town did Constantine the Great issue the edict which legalised Christianity?
  • What does the word ´synod´ mean?
  • The building of which church was not commissioned by Constantine?
  • When did Constatine the Great die?
  • When did the Roman Empire split permanently in two?
  • In which town did Constantine the Great have an arch built?
  • Is it true that the military reform of Constantine the Great divided the army into three sections?
  • Is it true that after the reform the cavalry constituted the main strength of Constantine´s army?
  • Is it true that Constatine the Great continued his predecessors´ policy of persecuting Christians?

Scenes

Late Roman soldier

During fight

Fighting equipment

  • spear
  • short sword
  • round shield
  • bow
  • arrow

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