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R&R  16/02/2009 11:46:00 Monday Feb16th Ethnic studies discussion on American myths and truths Oicumeus: interactive spear (everything in a particular area)things that  meditteranean people did People connected to each other by ideology o Racism developed further North o Developed the Idea of Monstrous races Easier to think of them as monsters if there are non around Christianity being invented: limited New testament; teachings of Jesus  understood with a Jewish background When every country adopted this religion they would relate it to their  preexisting tradition Christianity expanded to mediteranean: Saints related it to their lands culture Lithuanians began to become Christians in 14 th  century The known world: depending on where those people are in a different Oicumeus
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