Which church was built by Constantine?

Which churches were built by Constantine?

He built churches in Rome including the Church of St. Peter, he built churches in the Holy Land, most notably the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, and he built churches in his newly-constructed capital of Constantinople.

What building was built by Constantine?

Basilica of Maxentius

Coordinates 41.891775°N 12.488446°ECoordinates:41.891775°N 12.488446°E
Type Basilica
History
Builder Maxentius, Constantine I
Founded 312 AD

Did Emperor Constantine start the Catholic Church?

Emperor Constantine I established the rights of the Church in the year 315.

What construction projects did Constantine begin?

Constantine laid out a new square at the centre of old Byzantium, naming it the Augustaeum. The new senate-house was housed in a basilica on the east side. On the south side of the great square was erected the Great Palace of the Emperor with its imposing entrance and its ceremonial suite known as the Palace of Daphne.

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