[Arch of Constantine – Rome, Italy]

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Arch of Constantine – Rome, Italy

The Arch of Consantine commemorates Constantine I's vicotory at the Battle of Milivian Bridge – it was Dedicated in 315 AD. Accounts indicate that Constantine had a vision from God, seeing the Chi-Rho (the first two greek letters of the the word "Christ", or the Latin Cross. In the vision, he heard the words, "In this sign, conquor." Constantine issued the Edict of Milan, which helped end persecution of the Christians of that time. MB

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