What was the importance of the Edict of Milan?

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The Edict of Milan is a document found in De Mortibus Persecutorum of Lactantius and Eusebius of Caesarea's History of the Church. This was an agreement to treat Christians well. The version found in Lactanius is not in the form of an edict.
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It's an edict signed by Emperor Constantine and Emperor Licinius in 313A.D., which established a policy of religious freedom for all, especially Christianity. On the one hand, Christianity
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The Edict of Milan was a declaration issued in 313 by the Emperor Constantine which made all religions legal within the Roman Empire.
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Constantine's Edict of Milan proclaimed toleration for both pagan and Christian subjects. He did close a few temples particularly offensive to Christians for such things as ritual
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