Nowadays what was once one of the greatest empire on earth is now divided between several countries, some bigger and more powerful than others. All of these countries share one faith even though we have lots of divisions between Christians. What’s interesting is that way before the fall of the Roman empire, the Romans finally divided for the last time their world into a mostly latinized half and a mostly hellenized half. Even though this was only supposed to be an administrative division the two halves quickly took different routes. The same can be said about the two cultures once considered the pillars of the empire: Latin and Hellenic. While latin identity was almost entirely wiped out from the West, with the exception of Britain, Africa, the Dalmatian city states, Sicily and other really small enclaves and replaced by Germanic and Slavic identities brought by the invaders, the eastern countries all share a common Hellenic-Roman culture/identity. Only Armenia and the territory of former Dacia, Palestine and inner Syria no longer share this identity (and in the case of Armenia probably never did). Rhomania even claim to be the heir and continuation of the old empire, despite obvious objections from its neighbours and Carthago. With a POD after the rise of Theodosius I in 379 try to revert the fate of the Latin and Hellenic world.