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Over 2000 years ago there was a power struggle between Constantine and Maxentius. This encounter started it all, the night before the final battle of the civil war between the two sides provided the spark for something much bigger. The rise of Christianity in the Late Roman Empire is where it all began, and it was Constantine who supplied the necessary resources for it to grow. The creation of the Edict of Milan is one of the bigger moments in history. Freedom of Religion still stands today and part of that can be thanks to Constantine’s willpower to create a stronger bond between the Roman Empire in the early stages. The push from Germanic groups, and pushing Constantine westward has a great deal to do with the transition into Catholicism. Overall, history repeats itself, and many of these battles are still being fought today.
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