Emperor Constantine in York
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|Caption||Discovering Our Cities: The City Founded on Faith (York). Among those present at the death of the Emperor Constantius Chlorus in York was his son, Constantine who, shortly after proclaimed himself Emperor of the Roman Empire. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 629 (2 February 1974).|
|Creator||CL Doughty, British (1913–85)|
|Artwork medium||black and white gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|York Rome Romans Emperor Constantius Chlorus Constantine armour sword Emperor Constantine CL Doughty|
|Stock image ref||Sizes available||Views|
|A013883||Hi-res: 3,740 x 4,278 pixels
Lo-res: 935 x 1,069 pixels
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