Asked in History of Europe
Why is the Edict of Nantes sometimes called the Edict of Tolerance?
The Edict of Nantes may be called "an" edict of tolerance, as it promised numerous basic rights and demonstrated tolerance for French Protestants by the king, Henry IV. Signed in 1598, it should not be confused with the Edict of Versailles, signed in 1787 by Louis XVI and more commonly known as the Edict of Tolerance. ...
Asked in Roman Empire
What proclamation made Christianity legal in the Roman Empire?
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Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What is a building used for a Muslim prayer called?
The building for a Muslim prayer is called a Mosque
Asked in Islam
What are followers of the second largest branch of Islam called?
They are called Muslim Shiites or Muslim Shiias
Why was the Edict of Nantes sometimes called the edict of tolerance?
the edict of nantes in France, under Henry IV, gave religious toleration to hugeonots(protestant calvinists). Henry IV was also a calvinist at one point, then gave up his religion to become the king of France. ...
Asked in Ancient History, Roman Empire
Roman Emperor who issued an order called the edict of Milan?
Augustus, but not the original one. The Edict of Milan was issued in 313 AD by the emperor Constantine. He also held the title "Augustus". ...