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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

11 January 347
Roman Emperor Theodosius I "the Great" is Born

Roman Emperor Theodosius I "the Great" is Born

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11 April 349
Emperor Constantine II Exempts Clergy From Compulsory Public Service

Emperor Constantine II Exempts Clergy From Compulsory Public Service

7 May 351
Jews of Judaea Revolt Against Constantius Gallus, Massacre Greeks & Christians

Jews of Judaea Revolt Against Constantius Gallus, Massacre Greeks & Christians

12 April 352
Death of Pope Julius I, May Have Set Date of Jesus' Birthday

Death of Pope Julius I, May Have Set Date of Jesus' Birthday

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

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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28 May 359
Emperor Constantius II Demands Council of Rimini to Form a Creed on Jesus' Nature

Emperor Constantius II Demands Council of Rimini to Form a Creed on Jesus' Nature

18 January 360

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

30 June 360
Emperor Constantius II Decrees Christian Clergy With Small Jobs Can Retain Tax Exemptions

Emperor Constantius II Decrees Christian Clergy With Small Jobs Can Retain Tax Exemptions

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

26 June 363
Death of Emperor Julian the Apostate, Last Non-Christian Ruler of Rome

Death of Emperor Julian the Apostate, Last Non-Christian Ruler of Rome

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17 April 364
Roman Law Requires All Merchants to Pay Taxes, Even Priests

Roman Law Requires All Merchants to Pay Taxes, Even Priests

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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

27 September 365
Roman Emperors Forbid Bread Makers Leaving Profession to Become Christian Clergy

Roman Emperors Forbid Bread Makers Leaving Profession to Become Christian Clergy

17 November 365
Roman Emperors Decree Christians Don't Have to Perform Services in Pagan Temples

Roman Emperors Decree Christians Don't Have to Perform Services in Pagan Temples

4 August 367
Emperor Valentinian I Names Oldest Son Gratian as Co-Augustus

Emperor Valentinian I Names Oldest Son Gratian as Co-Augustus

21 April 368
Roman Law: Christians Don't Have to go to Court on Sundays

Roman Law: Christians Don't Have to go to Court on Sundays

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6 June 368
Emperors Decree Prisoners Guilty of Minor Crimes be Pardoned for Easter

Emperors Decree Prisoners Guilty of Minor Crimes be Pardoned for Easter

8 July 369
Roman Emperors Fine Bishop Chronopius for Appealing an Unappealable Case

Roman Emperors Fine Bishop Chronopius for Appealing an Unappealable Case

1 January 370

Emperors Decree that Roman Upper Class Cannot Avoid Civic Duties by Joining Monastic Orders

30 July 370
Roman Emperors Ban Clergy Visits to Widows or Female Wards if Family Object

Roman Emperors Ban Clergy Visits to Widows or Female Wards if Family Object

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17 May 371
Roman Law: Serving Christian Churches Exempts You From Serving in Courts

Roman Law: Serving Christian Churches Exempts You From Serving in Courts

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19 May 371
Roman Emperors Issue Law That Divination Can be Practiced Freely

Roman Emperors Issue Law That Divination Can be Practiced Freely

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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17 November 375
Death of Emperor Valentinian the Great

Death of Emperor Valentinian the Great

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17 May 376
Roman Law: Church Conflcits to be Resolved by Church Leaders

Roman Law: Church Conflcits to be Resolved by Church Leaders

17 October 377
Roman Emperors Forbid Teaching or Promoting Doctrine of Second Baptism

Roman Emperors Forbid Teaching or Promoting Doctrine of Second Baptism

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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9 August 378
Gothic Rebels Defeat Emperor Valens and Large Roman Army at Battle of Adrianople

Gothic Rebels Defeat Emperor Valens and Large Roman Army at Battle of Adrianople

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5 July 379
Roman Emperors Give Tax Exemption to Commercial Profits for Bishops

Roman Emperors Give Tax Exemption to Commercial Profits for Bishops

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3 August 379
Roman Emperors Ban All Heresies and Teaching Their Beliefs to Anyone

Roman Emperors Ban All Heresies and Teaching Their Beliefs to Anyone

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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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24 April 380
Roman Law: Women Exempt From Working in Theaters if they Convert to Christianity

Roman Law: Women Exempt From Working in Theaters if they Convert to Christianity

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26 November 380
Emperor Theodosius Expels Bishop Demophilus

Emperor Theodosius Expels Bishop Demophilus

 
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