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Depends on which time and which land we talk. It was not the same everywhere. :)

I dont agree. Its the time Europeans expanded at their maximum. Both politicaly, numericaly and technologicaly. :)

http://qed.princeton.edu/getfile.php?f=European_Colonialism_1500_AD_to_2000.jpg

I am talking about the moment christianity became the official religion of the roman empire and all that happened afterwards, including violence against anybody that did not share the christian world outlook, Inquisition, witch hunts, etc. Europe expanded to its maximum only after the 15th century. Numerically? Don't forget the plague.  ;) Politically? We aren't politically free even now, with occupation armies all over Europe (yanks), and politics dictated from outside Europe.
Technology had the least to do with religion of any sort.

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