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Emperors of Rome continues with Constantius II, a much more able and credible emperor than history suggests.
Download #53 Constantius II
Posted at 05:07 in Emperors of Rome | Permalink
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Constantius is also views negatively in the East since he sided more with the arians. The modern Orthodox church see Constantius as a villian and his sucessor was Julian another reason why Christians int he east and west do not view him favorably.
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02 April 2012 at 01:12
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