The Fall and Rise David J. Winter

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The Fall and Rise  by  David J. Winter

The Fall and Rise by David J. Winter
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Servius had an uneasy feeling deep within, and it wasn’t due to his expected participation in the impending battle of two powerful Roman armies. His wife, Appia, looked forward to a reunion with her hero husband, yet loved her new-found freedom withMoreServius had an uneasy feeling deep within, and it wasn’t due to his expected participation in the impending battle of two powerful Roman armies. His wife, Appia, looked forward to a reunion with her hero husband, yet loved her new-found freedom with friends. Gaius, her father, the Magistrate of Milan, mediated bothersome claims against Christians, and dealt with inept traitorous challenges plaguing him and his family.

Their friends, Marcus and Vibia tried to maintain their own good fortune while helping Servius and Appia work through a destructive chain of events.The characters’ choices, both impulsive and innocent, often proved harmful to loved ones. Yet, their intentional and sometimes unwanted help, also built up, and transformed those around them. These dynamics are examined through the lives of the five characters as they encountered one another, and others, on the battlefield- in the baths and villas of Milan- Como- Ilyria, and finally, the new Rome in Byzantium.The challenges facing the characters are juxtaposed against a background of crisis and change in the 4th century Roman Empire.

As Constantine, an emperor to be, converted to Christianity, and the persecution of Christians ended, the first instance of state involvement with the church occurred.



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