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Diocletion was the emperor when he put into effect the reform of dividing Rome into two parts, Eastern and Western. Diocletion kept the power in the West where Rome was still the capital. His co-emperor was CONSTANTINE. Constantine was the emperor for Eastern Rome. He created his capital on the strait that connected the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. This capital is called CONSTANTINOPLE. Constantinople is where what we call "eastern civilizations" can find their roots. All "western civilizations" can find their roots in the original capital, Rome. Also, after Rome "fell" (meaning the western half) the eastern half still thrived for many years.
Augustus did not divide Rome, it was Diocletian who divided the empire.
AD 293 (obviously)
You can visit the ancient Roman cities of Pompeii and Heruculaneum that have been wonderfully preserved due to the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in A.D. 79. There are also many ancient buildings and excellent museums in Rome, including the Imperial Forum, the Roman Forum, the Colleseum, the Palatine Hill, the Baths of Diocletion, and the Capitoline Hill.
Divide and concour baby
To divide 62 by 2, you divide 62 by 2 to get the answer, which is 31.
Divide by 2 or multiply by 1/2 to divide inches in half.
2 divide 798 = 0.002506265664160401
126 divide my 2 = 63
2 divide by 512 = 0.00390625