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In 313 CEO Constantine the great issued the edict of Milan hat effect did this law have?

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What is the significance of the Edict of Milan?

It granted the freedom to worship freely to all citizens,  particularly Christians.   it gave all romans, including christians, freedom of religion

What was the effect of the Edict of Milan on Christian education?

Constantine's Edict of Milan dealt with the privileges of the Christian Church, but made no mention of issues related to education. There is no known effect of that edict on C

What did the emperor Constantine do in AD 313?

In ad 313, the emperor Constantine made all religions legal. Christianity included. In ad 313, the emperor Constantine made all religions legal. Christianity included. In ad

What was the Edict of Milan?

  Definition: The Edict of Milan was granted by Emperor Constantine the Great in the West and Licinius Augustus in the East in 313 granting religious freedom throughout th

What is the Edict of Milan?

The Edict of Milan was a letter signed by Roman emperors  Constantine and Licnius, that proclaimed religious toleration in  the Roman Empire. The letter was issued in 313, s
In Italy

What effect did the edict of Milan have?

It was a proclamation that basically said that Christians should  not be persecuted. The effect, theoretically, allowed Christianity  to grow and flourish more than it may h

How did Constantine and Licinius benefit from the Edict of Milan?

Constantine may have had several motivations. Some suggest he had a conversion experience in 312 while fighting Maxentius -- the story goes that he looked into the sky before

Which emperor issued the Edict of Toleration in 313 CE and made Christianity one of the official religions of Rome?

A:Galerius issued the Edict of Toleration in 311, and had it co-signed by Constantine and Licinius but not Maximimin. Constantine and Licinius jointly issued the Edict of Mila