Et sancta Helena in sua rotunda

Published on: 08/02/2012

Today at East Rome in the quadrant between Porta Maggiore, Routes Via Casilina and Via Prenestina, is the most powerful witness of the historical period fourth sec. AD: The Mausoleum of S. Elena, where the Empress is still venerated by the Christians of the world was buried by his son the Emperor Constantine. We propose you a document in Three parts accompanied by beautiful pictures: Et sancta Helena in sua rotunda, a biography of Helen and track from the Mausoleum in Ad Duas Lauros, for a fascinating historical narrative.


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