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- proper n. A proposed utopian society proposed by Johannes Valentinus Andreae in the 17th century.
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Christianopolis (1619) appeared before the final version of Campanella's work, resembled the Italian monk in many ways.
It seems almost certain that he was acquainted with the Christianopolis of Johann
Again, in his _Christianopolis_, or ideal Christian state, he says:
Andreae’s Christianopolis , Campanella’s City of the Sun , Bacon’s New Atlantis , and More’s Utopia  were all versions of idealized Christian communities notable for their use of technology.
"Since the inhabitants of Christianopolis value the church above everything else in this world, they are occupied in her history more than in any other.
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