Holy Roman Emperor (1756^90), known
as 'the revolutionary emperor' for his programme of
modernization. He suppressed papal power and in 1781 published
an Edict of Toleration for Protestants and Greeks.
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Epitaph for himself. Quoted in T. C. W. Blanning, Joseph II (1994), p.1.
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