What changes took place in Slavic society by the end of the 10th -11th centuries compared to the 6th-8th century?

The most important changes that have taken place in Slavic society can be considered religious changes. The fact is that until the 9th century all Slavs were pagans, they worshiped pagan gods, they had their own beliefs and traditions. But after Vladimir baptized Russia, the Slavs became Orthodox, and with this there were large-scale changes in culture and religion. Temples began to be built. The society was built around one religion, which was to be accepted by the entire population without exception.

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