Constantine steals the treasures and statues of the Pagan Temples in Greece to decorate Nova Roma (Constantinople), the new capital of his Empire.
New large-scale persecutions of the Gentiles in Constantinople. Banishment of the famous orator Libanius, who is accused of being a "magician".
Hundreds of Gentiles are put to death in Constantinople by the inquisitor Ioannis Asiacus.
Mass arrests, burlesquing, tortures, imprisonments and executions of Gentile Hellenes in Athens, Antioch, Palmyra and Constantinople.
"Encouraged by his wife Theodora, Christian Emperor Justinian ordered soldiers to massacre more than 30,000 non-conformist citizens in Constantinople to impose his version Christian orthodoxy. Apparently, "Justinian did not see it as murder if the victims did not share his own beliefs." The Old Testament of the Christian Bible has many examples of violent punishment by God.