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How was the Roman Empire different after Constantine's recognition of Christianity? Previously intolerant, Rome became known as a place in which all religions were equally tolerated. Inspired by
their emperor to convert, the newly Christian Roman soldiers became more loyal to the empire. Roman cultural achievement fell as pagan philosophers, scientists, and artists fled in fear of persecution. Once Constantine accepted Christianity, the Roman Empire became the center of the new faith's growth.
Once Constantine accepted Christianity, the Roman Empire became the center of the new faith's growth.
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