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July 25, 306 C.E.

On this date, Gaius Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus (27 February 272 C.E.–22 May 337 C.E.) commonly known as Constantine I, Constantine the Great, or (among Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Christians) Saint Constantine was proclaimed… 386 more words


My First Coin Attribution

Really happy today I managed to attribute my first cleaned coin. Out of the 50 or 60 I’m currently in one stage or another of cleaning I have researched a coin. 420 more words


The 'Constantine the Great' Cross Deception

The main argument on ‘Constantine the Great’ Cross Deception is: “In case of conflict between the words concerning idolatry in the ten commandments written by God himself and the opinion spoken by St. 568 more words

Religious Deception