Vasiliki: Say something!
Evangeline: Say what?
Vasiliki: The continuity.
Evangeline: Which continuity are you talking about?
Vasiliki: What happened two centuries later?
Evangeline: What do you mean exactly? About the siege of Malta in 1565, about the siege of Famagusta of 1570 or about the battle of Lepanto in 1571?
Vasiliki: About the latter !
Evangeline: And for what reason?
Vasiliki: Because it was a great victory!
Evangeline: For whom? It what sense?
Vasiliki: For Europe ! Time. After the Black plague of 1347-1352, after the Fall of Constantinople, at last came the time of victory.
Evangeline: But with how many sacrifices?
Vasiliki: And for how many years?
Evangeline: You are right, barbarity stopped at the sea, in all of the Mediterranean.
Vasiliki: We had to wait another century to live the siege of Candia from 1648 to 1669.
Evangeline: But don’t forget the failure of the second siege of Vienna in 1683.
Vasiliki: That is where everything changed.
Evangeline: And the partition of barbarity began.
Vasiliki: Only then did it appear that we had definitely overcome the consequences of the black plague.
Evangeline: This way we managed to confront even the red barbarity which was trespassing South Eastern Europe.