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TABLE of CONTENTS OF THE THIRD VOLUME, C H A P. XVII. foundation of
Constantinople.—Political System of Consantine, and his Successor.—Military
Discipline.—The Palace.— The Financer. A. D. Page 324 D' sign of a new Capital
Page Fa&tions - - - - .. 327 318. A. D. 97 Revealed by the Apostle St. John * - The
Ebionites and Docetes * & Mysterious Nature of the Trinity - Zeal of the Christians
- * - Authority of the Church •- - - Faćtions . 317 319 320 322 326 a new capital.
After a tranquil and prosperous reign, the Conqueror bequeathed to his family the
inheritance of the Roman empire ; a new capital, a new policy, and a new religion
; and the innovations which he established have been embraced and ...
... to the senate and people of Rome; but they were seldom honoured with the
presence of their new sovereign. During the vigour m gour of his age,
Constantine, according to the va-. a new capital. A.D. 324. The Bosphorus. •
Polybius, I. iv. p.
... and the tomb of Ajax, was first chosen for his new capital; and though the
undertaking was soon relinquished, the stately remains of unfinished walls and
towers attracted the notice of all who failed through the streights of the Hellespont
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