Pagan City and Christian Capital: Rome in the Fourth Century

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Clarendon Press, 2002 - History - 389 pages
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This book is a study of the transformation of the landscape, civic life, and moral values of the pagan city of Rome following the conversion of the emperor Constantine in the early fourth century. It examines the effects of the rise of Christianity and the decline of paganism in the later Roman empire.

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Not so much a great read. I gave the book a high rating because it does a very thorough job examining fourth century Rome. If your looking for this specific history then this is excellent. Read full review

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John Curran is Lecturer in the School of Classics and Ancient History, Queen's University, Belfast

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