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Religious Jewelry: The Byzantine Cross

Religious Jewelry;The Byzantine Cross. When archaeologists want to learn more about Byzantine gold crosses, they dig down to a layer of soil that is filled with relics of the 4th Century. During that time period, Emperor Constantine made the city of Byzantium the capital of the Byzantine Empire. Four hundred years after the death of Christ, the Byzantine Empire extended up into what is now known as the British Isles.Religious Jewelry: The Byzantine Cross If someone were to ride a time machine back to Constantine's Byzantine Empire, he or she would not find a great many Byzantine gold cross jewelry on display. Christianity was still a minority religion in that long-ago society. Yet archaeologists have uncovered proof that some residents of those Isles did indeed recognize the beliefs espoused in the early Christian doctrines.Religious Jewelry: The Byzantine Cross One group of archaeologists decided to look for Byzantine relics in the village named Prittleville. Those same archaeologists knew that the history of Prittleville extended back to the time of the 4th Century. They hoped to learn more about that century by digging in the soil of Prittleville.Religious Jewelry: The Byzantine Cross One day those archaeologists discovered some gold objects in the area soil. They had unearthed a few Byzantine gold crosses and crucifixes. Through further study, the same archeologists learned that a man of great status had once resided in Prittleville. Moreover, the archaeologists discovered that the same, respected Prittleville resident had been a Christian Perhaps further digging will provide details concerning the extent to which that Prittleville resident tried to hide his Christian beliefs. Perhaps he had a special locked box in which he kept his Byzantine gold crosses. He must have rejoined when he first heard that the Christian Constantine would be the new ruler of Byzantium.Religious Jewelry: The Byzantine Cross How his prayers must have changed, following that

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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2013

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