A web portal is created to visualize milestones of the exchange of written artifacts and the attitude towards them. The main characteristic of Christian discourse in the Middle Ages and later in the Renaissance and the New Age follows the models that create an enthymematic argumentation of the picture‐related narrative and reasoning related to the human body, life in families, temples, cities, villages, kingdoms and empires, etc. Studies of auto stereotypes and their confirmation or refutation, as well as the search for a path to the "other", are planned by exploring the differences in value systems of South and East Slavs. Accents will be highlighted both for the built bridges and missed opportunities, the possible and unsettled communication in Europe's common spiritual cultural space.
The survey will use methods of socio‐rhetorical analysis that suggest a comparison of facts from sociolinguistics, semiotics, rhetoric, ethnography, literary studies, and ideological research. The socio‐rhetorical interpretation creates an interactive interpretive result that compares the interaction of individual phenomena by redrawing the boundaries of national traditional and non‐traditional values. SESDiva seeks to ensure long‐term impact: viability, sustainability and long‐term prospects for the status of Slavic written heritage with a solid base of examples in digital form.