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851-889 AD), the ruler who in 864 AD christianized the First Bulgarian Empire making Eastern Orthodox Christianity the official religion of Bulgaria.
Many had become thoroughly Christianized, and a return to kachina worship was unthinkable.
It is also a gift we received from Constantine, who Christianized Europe, thereby bestowing upon its citizens a canon of scripture so confusing and impractical that it was rejected of necessity once the laity began, twelve centuries later, to print and read vernacular translations.
The remainder of the book contains intriguing documents, such as two Christianized sutras and a Nestorian hymn.
The Romance of the Rose is interpreted as the confluence of two major trends: Christianized Platonism (which is supposed to come to an end) and the beginning of "contingent subjectivism" which is even more noticeable in the works of "realist" poets such as Rutebeuf and Francois Villon.
But despite being highly Christianized, the American sublime was curiously less religious than spiritual.
This archetype of justice has been Christianized into Saint Michael's warrior equipment and is even a symbol of justice today.
This was most likely done after Egyptians were Christianized.
1) As the archbishop of Magdeborg wrote about the formerly pagan, but now Christianized Juteborg: "Hence out of love of Christianity, we strive for the safety and advantage of all those who have entered this province or may wish to come with no less zeal for income than for our own advantage" (p.
They didn't want to start another school that was simply a Christianized version of the public high school,'' he said.
Christianity came to these areas early, and they were very strongly - if somewhat patchily - Christianized well before the conversion of Constantine.
He destroyed the Lombard kingdom, drove the Muslims back in Spain, and Christianized still-pagan Germans at the point of the sword.