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Certainly, many Christians did not trouble to disguise their glee at his demise, and attributed it to Christian agency.After Julian, the Empire returned to Christian government.This basilica, now the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, was imagined to be the very burial site of Jesus and to encompass the place of crucifixion.Evidence was conveniently discovered in the form of a tomb and miracle working splinters of the True Cross.Julian, known as Julian the Apostate, rejected Christianity in favour of traditional religions.
In town and country, temples were demolished or seized and turned into churches.
As soon as the Empire became Christian, this toleration ceased.
The only writings to be permitted were those supported by the line currently regarded as orthodox.
Christian power grew, and Christians were soon denying freedom of religion to everyone except followers of the Christian faction currently in favour.
In the year that the Emperor Constantine inaugurated his new capital at Byzantium, AD 330, he prohibited the performance of rites of other faiths there.