In the aftermath of the Battle of the Milvian Bridge Constantine spent little time in Rome, but several of his family members chose to make it their prefered residence in the coming decades and the Constantinian family transformed the town through the construction of a large number of churches both inside and outside the walls, thus defining what a Christian church should look like in the West.
This dayschool will look at the evidence of the church building in and around Rome in the fourth century and what it meant for the survival of Rome after it ceased to be the capital of the Empire.
Dayschool: Saturday, 11th Dec2021 Time: 11.00– 16.00 GMT
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