Pagans and Christians
Robin Lane Fox
Harper & Row, 1987 - Religion - 799 pages
The author recreates the world from the second to the fourth century A.D., when the gods of Olympus lost their dominion, and Christianity, with the conversion of Constantine, triumphed in the Mediterranean world.
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