The death of Constantine finds the empire divided among his relatives and the Church divided between the Nicenes and the Eusebians – none of whom work well together.
Image of Constantine with his three sons
The many creeds of the many councils in the 4th century – including the 341 Council of Antioch, the 343 Council of Sardica and the 343 Council of Philippopolis
Jorg Ulrich, “Nicaea and the West”, Vigiliae Christianae 51, pp. 20-24.
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