Lithuanians through the eyes of the Byzantines
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Lithuanians through the eyes of the Byzantines
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Darius Baronas | ldkistorija.lt 2017 july 5 d. 18:50

In terms of civilization, Byzantium represents the
Christianized East, however if we travelled almost
completely straight in a southwest direction, we would hits
its center, Constantinople. In discussing Lithuania in the
context of Eastern Christian civilization, we should
remember the distinction of North and South, which during
Antiquity coincided with the divide between civilized lands
and barbaric lands. The rise of Northern Europe in the
second millennium occurred as a result of the spread of
Christianity, which at the time became synonymous with the
spread of civilization.

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