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Roman Empire

Where did the Romans practice their religion?

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July 23, 2012 12:31AM

Rome had a complex system of religious beliefs influenced by surrounding countries and territories. Rome enjoyed a mainly pagan system of many deities and personages who were revered in different ways. These religious beliefs were practiced all through the Roman Empire, not just in Rome proper.

Later, when Constantine made Christianity the official religion of Rome, these other religions faded somewhat but never completely.