Edict of Milan

The Edict of Milan was the edict of Constantine granting religious freedom to Christians. It was proclaimed the following year after the Battle of Milvan Bridge, in 313, by which Christianity raised to the status of a state religion and accorded full freedom of worship. Restitution was ordered of all the sacred buildings and other property seized by the government during the late persecution.

The text of the Edict of Milan is no longer extant. It was the intention of the rulers to bestow their favor upon Christianity, the hitherto persecuted religion of increasing numbers.

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