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Paganus, the way romans called the village dwellers. That's what I'm talking about.

It was mockin tearm for villagers arround Rome who were heathens, it is completely unrelated to your statments. It is not even proper name for such people.

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Nope. "European identity, European culture, European education, European medicine, European technology" was what christianity fought against from the begining. Even against the old knowledge, pagan knowledge, the village dwellers still practiced (herbal medicine and such), christianity fought against. Those were the witch hunts. LOL

Witches instituted European universities, villagers were skilled surgeons, they developed lot of famous beverages, lot of recepies fo medicins etc? LOL to you to.

A cultural definition of Europe as the lands of Latin Christendom coalesced in the 8th century, signifying the new cultural condominium created through the confluence of Germanic traditions and Christian-Latin culture, defined partly in contrast with Byzantium and Islam, and limited to northern Iberia, the British Isles, France, Christianized western Germany, the Alpine regions and northern and central Italy.

^ Norman F. Cantor, The Civilization of the Middle Ages, 1993, ""Culture and Society in the [size=14pt]First Europe[/size]", pp185ff.

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Remeber the Inquisition?

What do you acctually know about Inquistion? It existed in just one  country and it was directed against crypto-Islam and crypto-Judaism. Not against witches etc.

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