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Eastern Christianity  Eastern churches  Byzantine Christian  Byzantine Christianity  Eastern Christendom
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Eastern Christianity comprises Christian traditions and church families that originally developed during classical and late antiquity in the Middle East, Egypt, Northeast Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe, Asia Minor, the Malabar coast of southern India, and parts of the Far East. Wikipedia
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Eastern Christianity comprises Christian traditions and church families that originally developed during classical and late antiquity in the Middle East, Egypt, Northeast Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe, Asia Minor, the Malabar coast of southern India, and parts of the Far East. Wikipedia
Christian traditions originating from Greek- and Syriac-speaking populations Wikidata
The forms of Christianity traditionally practiced in Eastern Europe, eastern Africa, and Asia, including the Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Catholic, Oriental Orthodox, and Nestorian traditions. Wiktionary