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Roman Emperor Statue

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Near this place, Constantine the Great was proclaimed Roman Emperor in 306. His recognition of the civil liberties of his Christian subjects, and his own conversion to the Faith, established the religious foundations of Western Christendom.

This statue was provided by the York Civic Trust and unveiled by the Rt. Revd. and Rt. Hon. Lord Coggan D.D. former Archbishop of York and of Canterbury, on 25 July 1998.

Located on the paved area, to the northwest side of York Minster. Also the main entrance.





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