The Pride of Holy Rome

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The Pride of Holy Rome

Postby Sanguinus » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:11 am


The fall of the Roman Empire found those with faith in the Church planting their stake squarely upon the success of Constantinople in the East. The debauchery in Rome at the height of its decline was not seen in the East, where a colourful and thriving community maintained a distinct fundament of normalcy to guarantee tenure.

However, the deathly burden of the Papal yoke carried by the proud people of Constantinople invariably had them sinking into an abyss of misconception regarding the question of life. To this day, the very same mire can be found to persist within numerous remnants of the Roman Empire and beyond, proof that Holy Roman pride is still attractive to peoples worldwide.
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Re: The Pride of Holy Rome

Postby Dafoe » Thu Aug 24, 2017 1:41 pm

Good to know what floats the Emperor's boat.
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