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20 January 250
Roman Emperor Decius Launches Persecution of Christians

Roman Emperor Decius Launches Persecution of Christians

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30 April 311
Official End of Diocletian Persecution of Christians in Eastern Roman Empire

Official End of Diocletian Persecution of Christians in Eastern Roman Empire

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18 October 315
Jews Prohibited From Stoning Other Jews for Converting to Christianity

Jews Prohibited From Stoning Other Jews for Converting to Christianity

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25 July 326
Constantine Refuses to Participate in Traditional Pagan Sacrifices

Constantine Refuses to Participate in Traditional Pagan Sacrifices

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21 October 335
Constantine Rules Jews not Permitted to Purchase and Circumcise Christian Slaves

Constantine Rules Jews not Permitted to Purchase and Circumcise Christian Slaves

8 May 336
Emperor Constantine the Great Bans Jews From Harassing Jews Who Convert to Christianity

Emperor Constantine the Great Bans Jews From Harassing Jews Who Convert to Christianity

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8 May 336
Emperor Constantine the Great: Slaves Circumcised by Jews Must Be Freed

Emperor Constantine the Great: Slaves Circumcised by Jews Must Be Freed

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13 August 339
Emperor Constantine Forbids Marriage Between Jews and Christians

Emperor Constantine Forbids Marriage Between Jews and Christians

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13 August 339
Roman Emperors Forbid Jews Making Slaves of Non-Jews

Roman Emperors Forbid Jews Making Slaves of Non-Jews

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13 August 339
Emperor Constantius II Says Women Weavers Lured Away by Jews Can Return

Emperor Constantius II Says Women Weavers Lured Away by Jews Can Return

1 November 346
Pagan Temples Protected by Emperor Constantius II

Pagan Temples Protected by Emperor Constantius II

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1 December 346
Emperor Constantius II Decrees Pagan Temples be Preserved for Public Use

Emperor Constantius II Decrees Pagan Temples be Preserved for Public Use

4 December 346
Anyone Participating in Magic is Cursed by Emperor Constantius II

Anyone Participating in Magic is Cursed by Emperor Constantius II

3 July 353
Constantius II Orders Confiscation of Property of Christians Converting to Judaism

Constantius II Orders Confiscation of Property of Christians Converting to Judaism

23 November 353
Pagan Sacrifices Banned by Emperor Constantius II

Pagan Sacrifices Banned by Emperor Constantius II

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19 February 356
Emperor Constantius II Closes Pagan Temples

Emperor Constantius II Closes Pagan Temples

25 June 357
Emperor Constantius II Imposes Death Penalty for Consulting Soothsayers or Astrologers

Emperor Constantius II Imposes Death Penalty for Consulting Soothsayers or Astrologers

5 July 357
Constantius II Orders Torture for Witchcraft Convictions

Constantius II Orders Torture for Witchcraft Convictions

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2 March 372
Roman Law Imposes Assembly & Teaching Restrictions on Manichaeans

Roman Law Imposes Assembly & Teaching Restrictions on Manichaeans

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12 December 373
Roman Emperors Order Death Penalty for Those Caught Teaching or Learning Astrology

Roman Emperors Order Death Penalty for Those Caught Teaching or Learning Astrology

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22 April 378
Roman Emperors Reassert Law for Confiscating Non-Catholic Christian Worship Sites

Roman Emperors Reassert Law for Confiscating Non-Catholic Christian Worship Sites

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28 February 380
Edict of Thessalonica: Emperor Theodosius Declares Christianity Sole Religion of Roman Empire

Edict of Thessalonica: Emperor Theodosius Declares Christianity Sole Religion of Roman Empire

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10 January 381

Emperors Order Confiscation of Heretics' Churches and Ban Heretical Teachings

2 May 381
Theodosius I: Christians Who Convert to Paganism Can't Make Wills

Theodosius I: Christians Who Convert to Paganism Can't Make Wills

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19 July 381
Roman Emperors Ban Heretics from Building Churches

Roman Emperors Ban Heretics from Building Churches

22 December 381
Roman Emperors Order Anyone Making Pagan Sacrifices or Prayers Lose Their Property

Roman Emperors Order Anyone Making Pagan Sacrifices or Prayers Lose Their Property

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30 November 382
Roman Emperors Let Pagan Temples Remain Open, but Sacrifices are Forbidden

Roman Emperors Let Pagan Temples Remain Open, but Sacrifices are Forbidden

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18 April 383
Roman Law Ends Religious Exemptions for Jewish Clergy

Roman Law Ends Religious Exemptions for Jewish Clergy

20 May 383
Gratian and Theodosius I Deny Wills to Christians who Convert to Paganism

Gratian and Theodosius I Deny Wills to Christians who Convert to Paganism

21 January 384

Emperors Expel Heretics from Constantinople

10 March 388
Roman Law Condemns Christian Heretics

Roman Law Condemns Christian Heretics

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14 March 388
Intermarriage Between Jews and Christians Forbidden by Emperor Theodosius

Intermarriage Between Jews and Christians Forbidden by Emperor Theodosius

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14 June 388
Emperors Forbid Heretical Sects From Having Meeting Places and Altars

Emperors Forbid Heretical Sects From Having Meeting Places and Altars

16 June 388
Emperors Forbid Public Discussions or Debates About Religion

Emperors Forbid Public Discussions or Debates About Religion

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17 June 389
Emperors Banish All Manichaeans From Roman Empire

Emperors Banish All Manichaeans From Roman Empire

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16 August 389
Roman Emperors: Those Suspected of Doing Magic Must be Turned Over to Authorities

Roman Emperors: Those Suspected of Doing Magic Must be Turned Over to Authorities

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9 June 391
Emperors Impose Civil Restrictions on People Who Profane Baptism

Emperors Impose Civil Restrictions on People Who Profane Baptism

16 June 391
Emperors Ban People From Performing Sacrifices at Pagan Temples

Emperors Ban People From Performing Sacrifices at Pagan Temples

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15 June 392
Emperors Levy Stiff Penalties on Ordination of Heretical Christian Clergy

Emperors Levy Stiff Penalties on Ordination of Heretical Christian Clergy

18 July 392
Roman Emperors Orders Exile for Anyone Who Disturbs the Catholic Faith

Roman Emperors Orders Exile for Anyone Who Disturbs the Catholic Faith

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8 November 392
Roman Emperors Ban Anyone Making Sacrifices, Images or Venerating Any Image

Roman Emperors Ban Anyone Making Sacrifices, Images or Venerating Any Image

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28 December 392
Emperor Theodosius I Decrees Jewish Marriage Customs are Now Abolished

Emperor Theodosius I Decrees Jewish Marriage Customs are Now Abolished

15 April 394
Roman Law: Heretics Not Permitted to Appoint or Confirm Bishops

Roman Law: Heretics Not Permitted to Appoint or Confirm Bishops

20 June 394
Emperors Repeal Earlier Law Against Eunomians

Emperors Repeal Earlier Law Against Eunomians

19 July 394
Roman Emperors Forbid Heretics Teaching Doctrines or Creating Priests

Roman Emperors Forbid Heretics Teaching Doctrines or Creating Priests

17 January 395
Roman Emperor Theodosius I Dies in Milan

Roman Emperor Theodosius I Dies in Milan

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13 March 395
Roman Emperors Renew Previous Laws Against Christian Heretics

Roman Emperors Renew Previous Laws Against Christian Heretics

30 March 395
Roman Emperors Renew Restrictions on Christian Heretics

Roman Emperors Renew Restrictions on Christian Heretics

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24 June 395
Emperors Aracdius and Honorius Allow Eunomians to Create Wills

Emperors Aracdius and Honorius Allow Eunomians to Create Wills

3 July 395
Roman Emperors Issue Reminder That Old Pagan Festivals are not Holidays

Roman Emperors Issue Reminder That Old Pagan Festivals are not Holidays

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