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Constantinus imperator
The Emperor Constantine
omnem regiam dignitatem
all royal authority/ standing
Constantinus coronam et omnem regiam dignitatem concessit
Constantine gave up his crown and all kingly standing
gestum, i
what has been carried out, deeds, exploits
confero, conferre, contuli, collatus
bring together, gather; compare; bestow, confer, oppose
commemorat
he recalls
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baptismi
2m of the baptism/ washing
baptisms
privilegium
nom/acc: special right
pontifex, pontificis
pontiff, pope
imperator privilegium Romanae ecclesiae Pontifici contulit
The Emperor conferred the privilege on the Pontiff of the Roman church.
hunc
him
ut in toto urbe Romano sacerdotes ita hunc caput habeant
so that in the entire Roman world, priests should regard him as their head
sacerdotes hunc habeant, sicut iudices regem
priests may regard him just as judges do the king.
in eo privilegio ita inter cetera legitur:
In that privilege amongst other things is read thus:
utile
useful, helpful, advantageous (nt, nom & acc)
iudicavimus
we judged, concluded, declared
iudicamus
we sentence
utile iudicavimus
we have judged it useful
una (adv)
together with, at the same time
optimas, optimatis
3m aristocrats, nobles, patricians