The first Roman emperor named Constantine was Constantine I or the Great. He reigned a co-emperor from 306 to 324 and as the sole emperor from 324 to 337. He was the 57th Roman emperor.
October 28, 312 Constantine marches on Rome and meets Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge. Maxentius is slain, and Constantine emerges as the sole ruler in the West. Constantine erects a triumphal arch in Rome, crediting the “inspiration of the Divinity” for his victory.
Romulus was supposed to be the first ruler of Rome.
No. Constantine defeated a rival general named Severus to become Emperor of Rome. In fact, Diocletian was the first emperor to abdicate, and he lived out the rest of his life quietly.
The arch of Constantine is in the city of Rome, next to the Colosseum.
Constantine the Great did not do anything to the capital of Rome. He create a new capital for the Roman Empire. He designated Byzantium as his imperial capital, redeveloped, renamed it after himself (Constantinople, which means City of Constantine) and inaugurated it in 300.
Constantine was the first christian ruler for Rome.
No, there were 50 emperors before Constantine.
He was the first Christian ruler in ancient Rome/Greece.
Constantine was Emperor of Eastern Rome at the time that the Roman Empire split in half.This split was caused by Christianity, and Constantine was actually the first Christian ruler of Rome. The capitol of the Byzantine Empire (as which it was called) was Constantinople.
Constantine I, also called Constantine the Great, became Emperor of Rome in 306AD. He became the sole ruler of the Roman Empire in 324AD.
No, Augustus was a relative newcomer. The first historical ruler of Rome was Romulus.
Romulus was the first ruler of Rome.
Constantine is important to ancient Rome because he was the first emperor of Christianity.
The absolute first ruler of Rome was Romulus