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[LH] Constantine the Great 2016-10-05

[LH] Constantine the Great

  1. Ekmek
    Version 2

    Its now modular and has C.Roland's awesome red-gold armor.

    version 1
    Requested by RulerOfDaPeople So I give him some credit ;)

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    Your CIV4ArtDefines_Leaderhead.xml should look like this:
    Spoiler :
    <LeaderheadArtInfo>
    <Type>ART_DEF_LEADER_CONSTANTINE</Type>
    <Button>art/LeaderHeads/Constantine/Btn_LH_Constantine.dds</Button>
    <NIF>art/LeaderHeads/Constantine/augustus_caesar.nif</NIF>
    <KFM>art/LeaderHeads/Constantine/augustus_caesar.kfm</KFM>
    <NoShaderNIF>art/LeaderHeads/Constantine/augustus_caesar.nif</NoShaderNIF>
    <BackgroundKFM>art/LeaderHeads/Constantine/augustus_caesar_BG.kfm</BackgroundKFM>
    </LeaderheadArtInfo>



    Sample Civilopedia:
    Spoiler :
    Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus (27 February ca. 272 – 22 May 337), commonly known as Constantine I, (among Roman Catholics) and Constantine the Great, or Saint Constantine (among Eastern Orthodox and Byzantine Catholic Christians), was an Illyrian Roman Emperor. He was proclaimed Augustus by his troops in 306, ruled an ever-growing portion of the Roman Empire until his death. Best known for being the first Christian Roman Emperor, the Edict of Milan - issued by his co-emperor Licinius - helped to put an end to institutionalized persecution of Christians in the Empire.

    The Byzantine liturgical calendar, observed by the Eastern Orthodox Church and Eastern Catholic Churches of Byzantine rite, lists both Constantine and his mother Helena as saints. Although he is not included in the Latin Church's list of saints, which does recognize several other Constantines as saints, he is revered under the title "The Great" for his contributions to Christianity.

    In 324, Constantine announced his decision to transform Byzantium into Nova Roma and on May 11, 330, he officially proclaimed the city the new capital of the Roman Empire. The city was renamed Constantinople, The City of Constantine, after Constantine's death in 337. It would remain the capital of the Byzantine Empire for over a thousand years, a reign interrupted only briefly by its 1204 sacking and occupation in the Fourth Crusade, until it finally fell to the Ottoman Empire in 1453.

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