How did the romans feel towards the many different religions found within their empire

How did the romans feel towards the many different religions found within their empire

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  1. I believe they didn't like it. Here's why: Did you know that Charlemagne was a Christian and that he would put others to death if they didn't accept Christianity as their religion. Also, did you know that Clovis I was the first Roman leader to convert his empire to a Christians. The only reason why Clovis I started becoming a Christian was that of his wife. So, hope this helps! =)

  2. There were problems with Judaism from the time the Romans occupied Palestine. Roman religion had a very easy time with polytheism but ran into irreconcilable conflict with monotheism. Jews not only refused to worship the Emperor, they found the presence of idolatrous pork-eating pagans in Judea to be contrary to God's commands. There were province-wide uprisings every 20 to 30 years until the Romans finally deported all Jews.hope this helps you(:

  3. I believe they didn't like it. Here's why: Did you know that Charlemagne was a Christian and that he would put others to death if they didn't accept Christianity as their religion. Also, did you know that Clovis I was the first Roman leader to convert his empire to a Christians? The only reason why Clovis I started becoming a Christian was that of his wife. So, hope this helps you(:

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