New Rome

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Constantine I (c. 274—337) Roman emperor


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New Rome

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New Rome

Constantine and the New Rome

Old and New Rome Compared The Rise of Constantinople

Building a New Ancient Rome

From Rome to New Rome, from Empire to Nation-State Reopening the Question of Byzantium’s Roman Identity

A New Audience for Greece and Rome

Rome’s Troubled Third Century and the Emergence of a New Equilibrium

Fuller’s Conversational Journalism: New York, London, Rome

Anthony Kaldellis. The Byzantine Republic: People and Power in New Rome.

map: the background of the New Testament Rome and the East

Rome: Building a New Street in the Ancient Quarter

The new private international law of unfair competition and the ‘Rome II’ Regulation

Catherine Brice. Monumentalité publique et politique à Rome: Le Vittoriano. (Bibliothèque des École Francaise d'Athènes et de Rome.) Rome: Ecole Francaise de Rome. 1998. Pp. 439 and Catharine Edwards, editor. Roman Presences: Receptions of Rome in European Culture, 1789–1945. New York: Cambridge University Press. 1999. Pp. 279

Trevor S. Luke. Ushering in a New Republic: Theologies of Arrival at Rome in the First Century BCE.

Declaration between Austria-Hungary and Italy, relative to a new Provisional Commercial Arrangement, signed at Rome, 24 September 1904

Martyrdom and Rome. By G.W. Bowersock. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 106 pp. $24.95

Sara Bentivegna (2002). Politica e Nuove Tecnologie della Comunicazione (Politics and New Communication Technologies). Rome, Italy: Laterza, 176 pp., ISBN 88‐420‐6672‐9


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A name for Constantinople, apparently given to the city by Constantine himself.

Subjects: Christianity.

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