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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Gratian (A.D. 359–383) was a Roman Emperor who enjoyed early success, but later disregarded his duties, leading to a revolt by the army and his assassination. During his reign, he ended a policy of religious tolerance and compelled the adoption of Nicene Christianity over Arianism.

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PEOPLE (see A.D. 359–383)

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