To where did constantine move rome’s capital?

I think that Constantine moved the capital to Byzantium which is also reffered to as the eastern roman empire

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Constantinople

Explanation: The founder of the Byzantine Empire and its first emperor, Constantine the Great, moved the capital of the Roman Empire to the city of Byzantium in 330 CE, and renamed it Constantinople.

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Constantine moved the capital to Byzantium on the Bosporus strait ( D )

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Eastern part of Nicodemia

Explanation:Constantine the Great moved the capital of the eastern part of the Roman Empire from Nicodemia (in northwestern Turkey) to nearby Byzantium, which he redeveloped and turned it into the capital of this part of the empire in 330 and renamed it Constantinople.

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