By Hubert Jedin
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In these disputes 0:37 P1: JzG 9780521882095int CUFX154/VanDam 0 521 84633 1 printer: cupusbw June 28, 2007 14 the roman revolution of constantine Constantine was not simply a participant. He also became a symbolic medium, as churchmen (and Constantine himself ) articulated their ideas about both theology and politics by using a lexicon of images of a divine Son and a Christian emperor. At the center of these searches was Eusebius of Caesarea. Eusebius survived the persecutions under the Tetrarchic emperors and became bishop of Caesarea in Palestine.
In all of these scenes the heads of the original emperors had been recut to resemble Constantine himself or, in two cases, his father, Constantius. Since the senate and people of Rome had constructed and dedicated this arch, presumably they wanted to represent Constantine and his father upholding and respecting the traditional sacriﬁces. 4, with additional discussion in Chapter 6. Photographs and discussion of panels and roundels: L’Orange and von Gerkan (1939) 165–87 + Tafeln 39–42, 46–47, Giuliano (1955) plates 9–24, and Koeppel 0:41 P1: KAE 9780521882095c01 CUFX154/VanDam 0 521 84633 1 printer: cupusbw constantine’s rescript to hispellum June 28, 2007 31 Christian commentators, and perhaps Constantine himself, interpreted these associations differently.
The absence of which began to make itself felt in the later ﬁrst century. . The large landowners, who produced the basis of the wealth of the majority of Italian cities, . . ” 0:41 P1: KAE 9780521882095c01 CUFX154/VanDam 0 521 84633 1 printer: cupusbw constantine’s rescript to hispellum June 28, 2007 27 including Tetrarchs, had funded the construction of new municipal buildings in Tuscia and Umbria and the repair of roads, including the Via Flaminia. These lingering displays of imperial patronage might have encouraged cities to ask for more.
A History of the Council of Trent: The First Sessions at Trent, 1545-1547 by Hubert Jedin