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Milan

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MI

Milan, Italy

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MIL

Milan, Italy

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HOM

House Of Milan

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ISM

International School of Milan

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LIN

Linate, Milan, Italy

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OGRE

Omnibus Gmd Revisionary Edict

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MGO

Milan Grand Ordinaire

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WTKB

FM-93.7, Milan, Tennessee

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MM

MM in Milan

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MRA

Milan Rules All

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ISCM

Italian Sport Calcio Milan

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WYNU

FM-92.3, Milan, Tennessee

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FMCR

Forza Milan Cuore Rossonero

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MSSD

Milan Special School District

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ASM

American School of Milan

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MFW

Milan Fashion Week

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03588

Milan, NH

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56262

Milan, MN

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38358

Milan, TN

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48160

Milan, MI

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67105

Milan, KS

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MIFF

Milan International Film Festival

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MIFF

Milan International Film Festival

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KGNT

Grants-Milan Municipal Airport, USA - NM

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What does edict of milan mean?

Edict of Milan
The document known as the Edict of Milan is found in Lactantius' De Mortibus Persecutorum and Eusebius of Caesarea's History of the Church with marked divergences between the two. In February 313, Emperor Constantine I, who controlled the western part of the Roman Empire, and Licinius, who controlled the Balkans, met in Milan and, among other things, agreed to treat the Christians benevolently. Whether or not there was a formal 'Edict of Milan' is debatable. The version found in Lactantius is not in the form of an edict; it is a letter from Licinius to the governors of the provinces in the Eastern Empire he had just conquered by defeating Maximin later in the same year and issued in Nicomedia.

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