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Today in History 11/26/2012

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1 Today in History 11/26/2012 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 6:37 pm


By Jennifer Costa in group

On This Day In History, Pagan Edition:

On this day in 63 B.C.E. the Catilinarian conspiracy continued to take its toll on Rome. A few centuries later, and barely a half century after Constantine legalized Christianity, Emperor Theodosius banned pagan worship in 393. Emperor Theodosius had been tolerant of most pagan practices, but then in 391 he sanctioned the destruction of the Serapeum at Alexandria (the largest Greek temple in Alexandria, dedicated to Alexandria's protector deity, Serapis), enacted laws against pagan practices, and put an end to the Olympic games. He also put an end to the power of the Arian and Manichean heresies in Constantinople, while establishing Catholicism as the state religion.

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