Statue of Constantine the Great, York, North Yorkshire
Statue of Constantine the Great, York, North Yorkshire. York was an important military base in Roman times. This statue of the Emperor Constantine the Great is sited outside York Minster, which stands on the spot where he was proclaimed Emperor by his soldiers in 306 after the death of his father Constantius Chlorus. (Photo by Peter Thompson/Heritage Images/Getty Images)
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January 01, 1753
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