I see this on wiki :
*Κωνσταντῖνος*, *Kōnstantînos*) is a masculine given
which is derived from the
Latin name *Constantinus*<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constantine#cite_note-0>,
a hypocoristic <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypocoristic>
of the first
names Constans <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constans>
both meaning "constant, steadfast" in
The names are
the Latin equivalents of the Greek name *Eustáthios*, meaning the same. The
name "Constantine" is still very common in
;, the forms Κώστας
and Ντίνος (Dinos) being popular
is a common
Konstantin, and their short forms Kostija and Kosta, respectively."
I think is more "both meaning "constant, steadfast" .
The correct question is :
"What is specific difference between old and new fedora?"
" This Tetrarchy was founded on the idea of homogeneous authority; all four
emperors were depicted together in portraits emphasizing their unity and
indivisibility in order to bolster their strength and present the image of a
I think the new fedora make simple distro with colors papyrus and fedora TM:
About papyrus style :
"Papyrus is more reminiscent of Egypt"
Papyrus with some latin words , see :
papyrus is use to write knowledge ...
like this "A well-preserved papyrus scroll, written in Latin" :
If you see colors and texture is pretty nice :
About mosaic :
What do you think about this , but replace the "Bacchus" with fedoara symbol
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