Social Studies- Rome and Christianity

How did the acceptance of Christianity change life in the Roman empire?

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  1. The question is when are you speaking of? 45 AD, or 450AD, or later?

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  2. After the Edict of Milan and Constantine, and near the fall of Rome

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    Read widely and take good notes. Let us know what you decide.

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