Gaius Flavius Valerius Constantinus
Gaius Flavius Valerius Constantinus (Latin: IMP CAESAR FLAVIVS CONSTANTINVS PIVS FELIX INVICTVS AVGVSTVS ¹) (27 February 272 – 22 May 337), commonly known as Constantine I or Constantine the Great, was proclaimed Augustus by his troops on 25 July 306 and ruled an ever-growing portion of the Roman Empire until his death. His wife was Fausta and together with her he had three sons, Constans, Constantius II and Constantine II.
Marble statue at Museo Chiaramonti
Solidus minted at Thessalonica
Constantine and Tyche, Hermitage Museum.
Medieval and Renaissance[Bearbeiten]
Mosaic of Constantine at Hagia Sophia
Modern and Contemporary[Bearbeiten]
Statue at San Lorenzo in Milan