The Age of Constantine the Great
In the present work it has been the author's design to describe the remarkable half century from the accession of Diocletian to the death of Constantine in its quality as a period of transition. What was intended was not a history of the life and reign of Constantine, nor yet an encyclopedia of all worth-while information pertaining to this period. Rather were the significant and essential characteristics of the contemporary world to be outlined and shaped into a perspicuous sketch of the whole.
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Diocletian His System of Adoption and His Reign
Individual Provinces And Neighboring Countries The West
Individual Provinces and Neighboring Countries The East
Paganism Intermingling of Gods
Immortality and its Mysteries the Daimonization of Paganism
Senescence of Ancient Life and its Culture
The Persecution of Christians Constantine and the Succession
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