“And close kinsmen as we were, how this most humane Emperor (Constantius) treated us ! Six of my cousins and […]
By special guest writer Sean Munger. After thirty-one years of a reign marked by endless intrigue, frequent war, religious turmoil […]
St.Helena is a revered saint amongst Christians around the world, particular the orthodox community, for her tireless work with the […]
Constantine, without a doubt in my humble opinion, was a very strange man. Don’t get me wrong, he was an […]
A short history of Byzantium: No. 8 The first council of Nicaea and its groundbreaking statement on faith.
Just as Constantine had consolidated his power, and the Empire had come together politically, a new deadly heresy threatened to permanently […]
In around 1000 AD, Constantinople was arguably the greatest city in the Mediterranean world, if not the entire world. Trade, […]
For quite some time, the boorish Maximinus Daia stylised himself in the vain of Augustus in the Asiatic east. He […]
A short history of Byzantium: No. 5 Constantine, Licinius and the decisions made in Milan. What’s it all about ?
A strategic pause following the battle of the Milvian Bridge, enabled Constantine and his two remaining colleagues time to reassess […]
On the 28th October 312AD, Constantine The Great “faced off” with Maxentius in what became known as the Battle of […]