How was the Edict of Milan in 313 important to the history of Western art?

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      It was the beginning of the Renaissance.
      It announced a ban of figurative sculpture on all churches.
      It was the end of the Iconoclastic period.
      It declared Christianity as the legal religion of the Roman Empire.
      It banned images of humans in all religious art.
asked Apr 11, 2013 in Art by anonymous
    

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It declared Christianity as the legal religion of the Roman Empire.
answered Apr 13, 2013 by ModernMoon ~Expert~ (1,835 points)



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