Constantine 274 AD - 337 AD

Constantine ruled the Roman Empire and was the first Christian emperor.

Byzantium proved to be a valuable city for both the Greeks and Romans due to its placement so Constantine decided it would be a good idea to build his capital there.

Constantine became emperor in 306 AD and was prosperous over the years he ruled by conquering the land all around the capital and keeping it under his rule.

Constantines major accomplisment was his acceptance of Christianity both as on an individual and on a national level.

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