|Edict of Toleration, 311 AD|
The "Edict of Toleration" was an order given by the Roman Emperor Galerius in 311 AD that declared that it was legal to practice any religion, including Christianity, anywhere in the Roman Empire. It was followed two years later by the Edict of Milan that also ordered the end of religious persecution.
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