Constantine I the Great (285-337). Roman Emperor. The Donati
Constantine I the Great (285-337). Roman Emperor. The Donation of Constantine. The emperor makes donation from the city of Rome to Pope Sylvester I. Fresco. 13th century. Chapel of St. Sylvester, Basilica of Four Crowned Saints. Rome. Italy.
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HONORIUS III (1150-1227). Pope from 1216 to 1227
HONORIUS III (1150-1227). Pope from 1216 to 1227. The Approval of the Order. GHIRLANDAIO, Domenico di Tommaso Bigordi, called (1449-1494). Renaissance art. Quattrocento. Fresco. ITALY. PIEDMONT. Turin. National Library of the Turin University.
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Charlemagne has already established a court at Aachen, but now he travels to Rome to be crowned Carolus Augustus, Emperor of the Romans, by pope Leo III. Date: 25 December 800
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