The New Imperial Court of Diocletian and Constantine

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Stanislav Doležal



In the article, the author tried to identify the main changes that the imperial court underwent during the period of tetrarchy and, by comparing it with earlier periods, to see what was new about it. Of course, the imperial court of Diocletian and other tetrarchs, including Constantine, was an institution that was constantly evolving, not least due to the changing political situation (each emperor created his own court after ascending the throne), but also due to the mobility of the imperial court and the very large and varied agenda of the consistory, which came to form a core of the imperial court during the second part of Constantine’s reign.


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