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Book Cover: CONSTANTINE AT THE BRIDGE: How the Battle of Milvian Bridge Created Christian Rome

'A marvelous book. An engaging and beautifully written study of a pivotal moment in Roman and European history.' MARK FELTON, author of Castle of the Eagles: Escape from Mussolini's Colditz, UK

'We love this writer's style... Those readers interested in the origins and formation of the Christian Church are well advised to read this account of a critical period in Christian history... An entertaining, informative, and educational read appropriate for high school through graduate school students and casual readers alike. We give this book a hearty thumbs up and our highest recommendation!' HISTORY AND HEADLINES, US

THE AD 312 BATTLE OF THE MILVIAN BRIDGE, JUST OUTSIDE ROME, MARKED THE START OF A MONUMENTAL CHANGE FOR ROME AND HER EMPIRE.

THIS BATTLE WAS THE FIGURATIVE BRIDGE BETWEEN OLD PAGAN ROME AND NEW CHRISTIAN  ROME. AND ONCE THIRTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD CONSTANTINE THE GREAT HAD CROSSED THAT BRIDGE, THERE WAS NO TURNING BACK.

Published in the US on November 9, 2021 by Turner Publishing

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