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      The man who would be known to history as the Emperor Diocletian was born as. Diocles to a . that Constantine replace him without first going through the rank of Caesar, instead of promoting However, without Diocletian’s guidance, the.
      8 Feb 2011 Emperor Constantine carried on Diocletian’s reforms and through their guidance of the first Christian emperor to establish policies which.
      Both massively increased the size of the army,the cost of which put an enormous long term strain on the imperial economy.The increase in
      Diocletian replaced the old administrative system with a new one that he believed to be better. He added more provinces to raise the total number to almost 100.
      18 Jun 2009 [[4]] Upon the retirement of Diocletian and Maximian on 1 May 305 Constantius him to place the heavenly sign on the battle standards of his army. . to some of Constantine’s policies, was sent into exile at far-away Trier.29 Nov 2012 Diocletian took power in Rome after another series of usurpations, mutinous armies, and Well, Constantius’ soldiers say no: they want Constantine, the son of Constantius. And . Don’t follow the rules of the Lion’s Club?
      Alternative Titles: Constantine the Great, Flavius Valerius Constantinus . at the court of the senior emperor Diocletian at Nicomedia (modern Izmit, Turkey). Educated to less than the highest literary standards of the day, he was always . Some of the ambiguities in Constantine’s public policies were therefore exacted by
      Diocletian born Diocles (22 December 244 – 3 December 311), was a Roman emperor from Constantine had travelled through Palestine at the right hand of Diocletian, and In his policies, he enforced an Imperial system of values on diverse and often .. In 296, Diocletian issued an edict reforming census procedures.
      Constantine wins the Battle of Milvian Bridge and power in the western half of the empire. Diocletian tried to restore order in the ruined economy by governmental directives. He created a national But Diocletian’s economic policies failed.
      Constantine continued and expanded the policies and reforms of Diocletian. Under these two rulers the Roman Empire was transformed into a system in which

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