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The Life Of The Blessed Emperor Constantine -Eusebius Pamphilus

“WITH respect to the roof of the church, I wish to know from you whether in your judgment it should be ceiled, or finished with any other kind of workmanship. If the ceiling be adopted, it may also be ornamented with gold. For the rest, your Holiness will give information as early as possible to the before-mentioned magistrates how many labourers and artificers, and what expenditure of money is required. You will also be careful to send us a report without delay, not only respecting the marbles and columns, but the ceiling also, should this appear to you to be the most beautiful form. God preserve you, beloved brother!”



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