The laid down charter on the establishment of the Patriarchate in Russia. 1589, May

A. Bogdanov

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"Monuments of historical literature" - a new series of electronic books by the Multimedia Publishing House Strelbitsky. This series includes works of various genres: historical novels and novels, scientific works on history, popular science essays and essays, chronicles, biographies, memoirs, and even works by Russian tsars. What unites them is that almost every book has become a milestone, an event or an integral part of history itself. This is a series for those who are inclined not to rewrite history, but to comprehend it, using primary sources without notes and interpretations. "The laid down charter on the establishment of the Patriarchate in Russia" is a declaration compiled by the Russian patriarch Andrei Petrovich Bogdanov. The historical necessity of establishing a patriarchate in Russia was conditioned by events that took place in the state before the adoption of the charter. After the death of Ivan the Terrible, Tsar Feodor Ioannovich and Metropolitan Dionysius begin to work diligently to expand the power of the Orthodox Church. At the same time, representatives of the Russian clergy decided to emphasize the importance of the Moscow Metropolitan for the Eastern patriarchs.

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Erscheinungsdatum 26.04.2018
Verlag Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
Seitenzahl 22 (Printausgabe)
Dateigröße 611 KB
Sprache Russisch
EAN 9783963764271

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