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5 April -2348
Some Believe Noah's Ark Grounded on Mt Ararat

Some Believe Noah's Ark Grounded on Mt Ararat

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11 June -1184
Greeks Sack and Burn City of Troy During Trojan War

Greeks Sack and Burn City of Troy During Trojan War

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28 May -585
Battle of Halys Between King of Lydia and King of Media

Battle of Halys Between King of Lydia and King of Media

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21 July -356
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus is Burned Down by Herostratus in Quest for Fame

Temple of Artemis at Ephesus is Burned Down by Herostratus in Quest for Fame

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23 April 303
Martyrdom of Saint George, Ordered by Diocletian

Martyrdom of Saint George, Ordered by Diocletian

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13 June 313
Constantine and Valerius Licinius Declares Religious Freedom for Christians

Constantine and Valerius Licinius Declares Religious Freedom for Christians

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8 June 316
Constantine Creates a Fourth Way Slaves Can be Freed

Constantine Creates a Fourth Way Slaves Can be Freed

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23 May 317
Emperor Constantine the Great Punishes Magicians Who Use Talents for Evil

Emperor Constantine the Great Punishes Magicians Who Use Talents for Evil

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23 June 318
Constantine Gives Christians Right to Take Legal Cases to Bishops

Constantine Gives Christians Right to Take Legal Cases to Bishops

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15 May 319
Emperor Constantine the Great Condemns Soothsayers

Emperor Constantine the Great Condemns Soothsayers

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26 May 320
Emperor Constantine the Great Declares Christian Priests Exempt From Taxes

Emperor Constantine the Great Declares Christian Priests Exempt From Taxes

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3 July 324
Roman Civil War: Constantine & Licinius Fight at Battle of Andrianople

Roman Civil War: Constantine & Licinius Fight at Battle of Andrianople

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20 May 325
Emperor Constantine the Great Convenes First Council of Nicea

Emperor Constantine the Great Convenes First Council of Nicea

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19 June 325
First Council of Nicaea Promulgates the Nicene Creed

First Council of Nicaea Promulgates the Nicene Creed

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25 July 325
First Council of Nicaea Ends, Creates the Nicene Creed

First Council of Nicaea Ends, Creates the Nicene Creed

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1 June 326
Constantine Decrees Exemption of Enforced Public Service May not be Abused by the Wealthy

Constantine Decrees Exemption of Enforced Public Service May not be Abused by the Wealthy

11 May 330
Constantine the Great Consecrates New Roman Capitol City: Constantinople

Constantine the Great Consecrates New Roman Capitol City: Constantinople

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18 August 330
Death of Helena of Constantinople, Claimed to have Found the True Cross in Jerusalem

Death of Helena of Constantinople, Claimed to have Found the True Cross in Jerusalem

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5 May 333
Emperor Constantine the Great: All Judicial Decisions by Bishops Must be Upheld by Courts

Emperor Constantine the Great: All Judicial Decisions by Bishops Must be Upheld by Courts

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25 December 333
Constantine Elevates 10-Year-Old Son Constans to Rank of Caesar

Constantine Elevates 10-Year-Old Son Constans to Rank of Caesar

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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9 September 337
Emperor Constantine's Three Sons Succeed Father as Co-Emperors

Emperor Constantine's Three Sons Succeed Father as Co-Emperors

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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

4 July 343
Constantius II Decrees that Only Christians Can Own Prostitutes

Constantius II Decrees that Only Christians Can Own Prostitutes

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27 August 343
Emperor Constantius II Decrees Clergy and Servants Exempt From All Taxes

Emperor Constantius II Decrees Clergy and Servants Exempt From All Taxes

6 December 343
Death of Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra Who Had Reputation for Secret Gift-Giving

Death of Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra Who Had Reputation for Secret Gift-Giving

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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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22 August 354
Emperor Constantius II Decrees Standard Penalty for Rape of Consecrated Virgins

Emperor Constantius II Decrees Standard Penalty for Rape of Consecrated Virgins

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23 September 355
Roman Emperors Order No Bishop be Made to Appear Before Secular Judges

Roman Emperors Order No Bishop be Made to Appear Before Secular Judges

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6 November 355
Julian Made Caesar by Emperor Constantius II

Julian Made Caesar by Emperor Constantius II

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10 November 356
Christian Church Privileges Reaffirmed by Roman Emperors

Christian Church Privileges Reaffirmed by Roman Emperors

28 December 356
Clergy Plus Their Wives and Children Given Permanent Tax Exemption by Constantius II and Julian

Clergy Plus Their Wives and Children Given Permanent Tax Exemption by Constantius II and Julian

5 July 357
Constantius II Orders Torture for Witchcraft Convictions

Constantius II Orders Torture for Witchcraft Convictions

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18 January 360

Emperor Constantius II Decrees that Only Catholic Churches Can Be Exempt from Taxes

29 August 361
Emperor Constantius II: Chaste Clerics Keep Their Property and Tax Dodgers Don't

Emperor Constantius II: Chaste Clerics Keep Their Property and Tax Dodgers Don't

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3 November 361
Death of Emperor Constantius II

Death of Emperor Constantius II

11 December 361
Julian the Apostate Enters Constantinople as Sole Emperor of Roman Empire

Julian the Apostate Enters Constantinople as Sole Emperor of Roman Empire

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29 August 362
Emperor Constantius II: Becoming a Priest to Avoid Financial Duties Means Property Forfeiture

Emperor Constantius II: Becoming a Priest to Avoid Financial Duties Means Property Forfeiture

9 September 364
Roman Emperors Forbid Anyone Performing Divinations or Sacrifices to Demons

Roman Emperors Forbid Anyone Performing Divinations or Sacrifices to Demons

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10 September 364
Wealthy Roman Citizens Denied Cleric Positions in the Churches

Wealthy Roman Citizens Denied Cleric Positions in the Churches

12 September 364
Emperors Require Curial Class Members Becoming Clergy Turn Over Their Property

Emperors Require Curial Class Members Becoming Clergy Turn Over Their Property

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15 January 365

Emperors Decree that Christians Cannot be Sentenced to the Arena

 
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