Religions in Rome

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Religions in Rome

Post  dashas on Tue May 05, 2015 1:26 am

Rome had a certain policy towards people with different religions within their empire. We can take Jews as an example. Romans did not like it, but they let them have their own religions because they did not want them to rebel. This was a very effective policy because once they kept all those people in their empire they would show people that they had loyalty. Of course there was a certain amount of rules for these religions taking place in the empire. But no matter what, Zealots rebelled against the romans, which lead to Jewish-Roman battle and Jewish retreat to Masada, to commit suicide.

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