The Anno Domini chronology dates Constantine the Great to the 4th century AD. Stratigraphically, architecturally, artistically and armor-wise, however, he belongs to the early 1st century. The error of about 300 years causes Christianity to look like the only high religion without representative sacred edifices for about 300 years, although authors like Tertullian (170 ff. AD) praised its "tall buildings" much earlier. Due to the chronological error, Christians are considered simple epigones, because their basilicas of the 4th-6th century seem to merely imitate the pagan basilicas of the 1st-3rd century. Since Constantine's mistaken 4th century was also applied to timbers assigned to him, dendrochronology is stuck in circular thinking until today. All its datings between the 3rd century and ca. 600 are erroneous.
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