Category:Edict of Milan
English: The Edict of Milan was a letter that proclaimed religious toleration in the Roman Empire. The letter was issued in 313, shortly after the conclusion of the Diocletianic Persecution. The Edict, in the form of a joint letter to be circulated among the governors of the East, declared that the Empire would be neutral with regard to religious worship, officially removing all obstacles to the practice of Christianity and other religions. It declared unequivocally that the co-authors of the regulations wanted no action taken against the non-Christian cults.
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Media in category "Edict of Milan"
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- Constantine monument in Nis.jpg 1,840 × 3,264; 1,010 KB
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- Lapide Editto di Milano (anno 313 d.C) affissa in San Giorgio al Palazzo, Milano.jpg 4,368 × 2,912; 8.57 MB
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