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Constantine the Great and Licinius in A.D. 313.
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it restored peace to the catholic churches.
The co-emperors Constantine I (the Great) and Licinus I
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…ave, but you never know... telling people that something is wrong also encourages people to look into it. It basically allowed Christianity to become more mainstream.
Christians to worship publicly
best answer constantine Emperors Constantine I (the Great) and Licinius.
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 …the battle and saw a cross, a Christian symbol (the chi rho) and the words "in this sign, conquer." After winning the battle, he opted to support Christianity. Other theories are that his mother was a Christian and that he wanted to honor her, or that he thought legalizing Christianity would be good for the empire. Licinius is less clear, but he seems to be a Christian supporter as well. In his half of the empire, he participated in ecclesiastical life and even put Christian symbols on the army's uniforms.
The Edict of Milan marked a dramatic change in the way Christians were treated in the Roman Empire. They would now be tolerated instead of persecuted. They would be compen…sated for property that had been seized.
What occurred after Constantine in 313 issued the Edict of Milan granting all people in the Roman Empire freedom to worship whatever god they wished?
This edict removed any of the penalties that were in place against Christians. It also returned any property that had been confiscated.
What were 3 achievements of Constantine the Great. I know the edict of milan and Constantinople are two but what is the third?
The other great achievemnt of Constsantine I (or the Great) was his victories in two civil wars. The first was against Maxentius, a usurper emperor in Rome. This made him seni…or emperor of the western part of the Roman Empire. The second one was against his co-emperor, Licinius, the senior emperor of the eastern part of the empire. This made him the sole emperor of the whole empire