Charms and superstitions of pagan Lithuanians
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Charms and superstitions of pagan Lithuanians
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ldkistorija.lt 2016 august 26 d. 08:31

Lithuania remained pagan until the late Middle Ages and, as
such, was an object of curiosity as well as hostility for
Christian Europe. Paganism, wrote thirteenth-century
Franciscan scholar Bartholomew the Englishman, was
"ritus mirabilis". Christian scholars who
described pagan rituals did not shy away from negative
stereotyping, although sometimes their writings give
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