'Oh noble Romans, bear witness to the triumph of Rome and the glory of a man destined to crush the barbarians under his mighty heel'
There is a tomb in a museum in Rome that has been described as the tomb of Helena, the mother of Constantine the Great. However, on examining the tomb I am prepared to state, as has one historian recently in a new biography on Constantine, that this tomb is in fact one that was originally destined to hold the body of Constantine rather than Helena.
Here is a sample photograph, note the Roman cavalry herding captured barbarians (Goths?)-