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The day is October 28, 312. In the plain of Saxa Rubra, just outside Rome, two armies are ready to clash. Their generals, both Romans and even brothers-in-law, fight for supremacy over the Eternal City and its empire. Their names? Maxentius and Constantine. The battle of the Milvian Bridge will literally be a watershed event, since Maxentius' 6-year rule over Rome (306-312 AD) came to an end in the water of the Tiber river where he drowned.
Many specialists are still debating the consequences of Constantine's victory, which fundamentally shifted the course of the Roman Empire.
In this web lecture, we will delve into the characters of these two emperors (both of whom were usurpers!) and explore the legacy they left in the city of Rome.
The lecture lasts 45 minutes with 15 minutes of Q&A at the end!
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