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What of the following best describes a long-term effect of the recognition of Christianity in Constantinople? Traces of other religious groups and influences were removed from the region. Christians were no longer persecuted for their beliefs in the region. The population in the region declined significantly as members of other religions left. Christians became exempt from serving in
the empire's military.
A long term effect of the recognition of Christianity in Constantinople is that Christians were no longer persecuted for their beliefs in that region.
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