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Germans like to talk about the "Constantinian shift" (die konstantinische Wende) that began in 312 with the conversion of the emperor and the subsequent (313) "Edict of Milan," which granted full religious tolerance to Christians (and others), and that culminated in Theodosius I's banning paganism and establishing Christianity as the state religion (381-392).
The sale also included coins from the time of Theodosius I, also known as Theodosius the Great, who was Roman emperor from 379 to 395.
The port was built in the fourth century by Theodosius I (AD 379-395), the last emperor to rule both the eastern and western spheres of the Roman Empire, before the latter dissolved.
In 393 A.D., the Roman Emperor Theodosius I banned the Games, partly because they had declined in quality.