The Battle for Rome (2006)

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During the Constantine episode, the narrator misspeaks on who controls what part of the Roman Empire. The program shows a map of Europe and the Middle East which depicts Constantine controlling the west and Licinius controlling the east. The Narrator then says Constantine controlled the east and Licinius controlled the west. See more »

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