But, as we have said, according to all the same traditional history, silk, regardless of the Chinese invented in Europe. Where exactly? The answer is known. "Silk production began (- auth.) In the Byzantine Empire in 552 AD, and it is possible that more or less the correct understanding of the method for producing silk (in China - as Wright here talks about" the country Sers "- China - Ed.) Taken from Byzantine sources ", p.243. So, Wright acknowledges that China borrowed the idea of ??silk production from the Byzantine Empire. And it was in the Middle Ages. Even Scaliger chronology, not to mention our own. And only then Scaligerian wrong 'science' pushed Byzantine documents showing silk, for thousands of years down, a deep "Chinese antiquity."