In the East, Galerius dies and the Meletian Schism comes to Alexandria. In the West, Constantine become the Master of Rome.
Image of Chi-Rho according to Eusebius, the image seen by Constantine
Image of Staurogram – according to Lactantius, the image seen by Constantine
Image: From the Arch of Constantine Depiction of Constantine’s victory at Battle of the Milvian Bridge by Luk Constantyna
Bill Leadbetter, “Constantine and the Bishops: The Roman Church in the Early Fourth Century”, The Journal of Religious History, Vol. 26, No. 1, February 2002
R. Williams, “Arius and the Meletian Schism”, The Journal of Theological Studies, Vol. 37, No. 1, April 1986, pp. 35-52.
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