Early Church History 30
Showdown at Red Rocks
Milvian Bridge or Saxa Rubra
Maxentius (son of Maximian) Rome, Italy, Rhaetia, islands in western Mediterranean
Verona and Milan
Riccotti: "He (Maxentius) had never been a military genius; now his terror was such that it did not even allow him to see that though his position was very dangerous, it was not really desperate."
"quod instinctu divitatis"
Τούτώ Νίκά Conquer All! In Hoc Signum vincet!
Lactantius: a Rho with a horizontal bar
Eusebius: a chi crossing the Rho (ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ)
Ramsey mac Mullan: If the sky writing was witnessed by 40,000 men, the true miracle lies in their unbroken silence about it!
Sol Invictus coin until 325
XX Ward or Municipio: Labaro
spes publica rather than respublica
312 alignment of Mars, Saturn and Jupiter discovered in 1950's at Zeiss Planetarium in Jena, Germany.
Tiber River beyond the prima Porta, the villa of Livia ("gallinas albas")
la Celsa and Saxa Rubra
General von Moltke
City prefect Auerilius Victor
damnatio memoriae of Maxentius and Maximinus
"rimus Augusti" over Licinius and Maximin in the East
Helen's daughter, Anastasia
Constantine was gifted with "arcanum"
Sol Invictus or Deus sol
Pope Miltiades given the palace of the Laterni family, Domus Faustae,
Helen moves to Domus Sessoriana, the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem
Pope Sylvester I, Liber Pontificalis
Saint Paul Outside the Walls, endowments to Egypt, Tyre and Tarsus
De Rossi: "felicissimus pecorarium" from the "basilica apostoli Pauli et trium dominorum nostrum"
Basilica of Saint Lawrence on Via Tiburtine
On Via Labicana. basilica for Marcellinus and Peter
Constanina: Saint Agnes
Basilica of saint Sebastian, "Basilica Apostolorum"
Pontifex Maximus or "Bishop to Those on the Outside"
313 Constantine married off Constantia to Emperor Licinius
Edict of Milan (Edict by Galerius)