What was the capital city of the Western Roman Empire after the AD 395 final division?

Constantinople
Milan
Rome
Turin
In 286 Dio­cle­tian moved the capital of the Western Roman Empire from Rome to Medi­olanum. It was from Milan that the Emperor Con­stan­tine issued the Edict of Milan in 313 AD, granting tol­er­ance to all re­li­gions within the Empire, thus paving the way for Chris­tian­i­ty to become the dominant religion of the Empire. After the city was besieged by the Visig­oths in 402, the imperial res­i­dence was moved to Ravenna.

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Constantinople
Milan
Rome
Turin
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flagGermany
42%
28%
21%
7%
14
flagPoland
31%
21%
39%
6%
791
flagthe United Kingdom
30%
20%
35%
15%
20
flagUnknown
26%
17%
47%
7%
135

Gender

men18%
women22%
Constantinople
20%
40%
Milan
18%
22%
Rome
53%
29%
Turin
7%
7%

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