Who is Diocletian and why was he important?

Likewise remember to response the identical dilemma regarding: Constantine, Torah, Diaspora, Abrahams Covenant, Hinduism, Buddhism, Asoka, caste system, confucianism, legalism, emperor wudi, daoism, Requirement regarding Paradise as well as Muhammad.

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"Diocletian- split the Roman Empire into West, East, and Parthian for easier administration Constantine- established major city of Constantinople where Istanbul now stands and converted the to Christianity in 313 AD, allowing for its widespread diffusion throughout the empire Torah- holy book of the Jews Diaspora- when the Romans sacked Jerusalem in 70 AD, scattering the Jews all around Eurasia and Africa Abraham's Covenant- ""deal"" with God where God protects the Jews and Jews worship God Hinduism- polytheistic religion which diffused throughout all of India, originating along the Indus River in modern Pakistan Buddhism- twist on Hinduism which rejects the caste system, started by Siddhartha Gautama around 500 BC Asoka- Indian emperor who converted to Buddhism around 250 BC, allowing its diffusion into China, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asia Caste System- social hierarchy that is mandated by Hinduism's tenants including: Brahmin (priest class), Kshatriya (warrior class), Vaisya (merchant class), Sudra (farmer class), and Dalit (untouchable class) Confucianism- atheistic religion started by Confucius in China around 500 BC which stresses importance on living this life correctly and not worrying about the supernatural or the afterlife Legalism- atheistic religion started by Emperor Qin around 200 BC which stresses importance on honor, strength, and restraint of emotions Emperor Wudi- most notable emperor of the Hans Dynasty who united all of China and made it prosper Daoism- polytheistic religion founded by Lao-tsu around 500 BC which stresses going with the flow of nature and worshipping the traditional Chinese mythological gods Mandate of Heaven- Chinese belief that the Gods appoint the emperor (really just a way for emperors to justify their power) Muhammad- founder of Islam who started preaching it in 620 AD and had started the expansion of the Islamic Empire by the time of his death in 632 AD"

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Diocletian was over the "Crisis of the 3 rd Hundred years" (235-284) giving up sole power over this Imperium

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