If so, maybe we can finally acknowledge him for the sinner and heretic that he really was!
Leprosy and Constantine the Great
By I. Lascaratos, E. Toumbis-Ioannou and N.G Stavrianeas
Tεύχος Vol.1 (2008)
Abstract: Whether or not the Emperor Constantine the Great suffered from leprosy is an issue that many historians and contemporary medical bibliographers have argued about for years. We believe that the clinical picture of leprosy, as described in the literature, reported to have affected Constantine the Great refers to a mild form of a disease affecting only the skin. There is no report of any multisystemic form of leprosy.
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