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The Great Schism
The Christians of the East and West did not accept the teachings of each other, and had many disagreements.
Greek began to replace Latin as the official language of the Eastern Empire.
The Church was split into two branches; Eastern Greek and the Latin West.
In a desperate attempt to re-unify his Christian Empire, Emperor Constans II tries to impose a doctrine on the Empire but the deviation is rejected by the West.
The two sides eventually become known as the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
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