To create an analogy for Constantine at the Council of Nicaea, Constantine put two lions, fighting for dominance, in a small room to either get along or to kill the one other. Either which way, there will no longer be any more fighting between the lions. In this analogy, Alexander and Arius are the lions, and their followers are the rest of the pride, it is a fight of the alpha lion. Yet Constantine sees their fight as trivial. He does not care about the different powers at play, he just wants everyone to play nice and be civil, with no civil disputes. He just wants the pride to remain whole.
P.S. Constantine had a gold chair, just saying….
Alyssa, Bailey and Hannah S.