Which roman empire issued allowing christians to practice there religion freely

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"The Roman Emperor Constantine issued a decree in 313 C.E allowing christians to practice their religion freely.Also the emperor Galerious issued the Edict of Toleration which allowed the christians the freedom to practice their religion freely."
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The Roman emperor Constantine issued a decree in 313 C.E. allowing Christians to practice their religion freely. Prior to that, Christians had been persecuted by the Romans.


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