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Constantine moved the Roman capital from Rome to this city in the eastern part of the empire, which he renamed Constantinople.
Constantine moved the Roman capital from Rome to Byzantium in the eastern part of the empire, which he renamed Constantinople.
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Constantine moved the Roman capital from Rome to Byzantium in the eastern part of the empire, which he renamed Constantinople.
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