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PAGE Coin. Obv. Constantius, laureate. Rev. The walls of London . 731 Coin.
Head of Diocletian. Coin. Obv. Head of Constantine. Rev. The Genius of Rome ....
... 732 Richborough ......... 736 The Wall of Aurelian ....... 737 Baths of Diocletian .
On the arch of Constantine, with which this emperor commemorated his triumph
over Maxentius, such of the decorative panels as possessed artistic merit were
pilfered from earlier buildings (mostly of Trajanic date). The poverty of sculpture
In the west Constantius contented himself with closing the Christian places of
worship, and Constantine accorded complete Their toleration. Diocletian himself
faltered in his policy, now withdrawing failure. his edicts, now repeating them in a
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