Orthodox saints in Western Europe during the Counter-Reformation
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9 ГЕОГРАФИЯ. БИОГРАФИИ. ИСТОРИЯ
Date of publication
30.10.2020
Orthodox saints in Western Europe during the Counter-Reformation
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The collection "Acts of the Saints" ("Acta sanctorum"), published Dutch Jesuits from the Bolland Society, well known perhaps every scholar studying the religious history of Europe in Middle Ages and Early Modern Times. However, so far it has hardly been was involved as a source for contacts of the Moscow state with Western Europe in the 17th century. The report sets two objectives. First of all,analyze and introduce into scientific circulation the Kiev facial calendar - unique monument used by ballandian Daniel van Papenbrook (Papebrochium). Second, consider the Papenbrook attitude to Greek Orthodox (including Russian) saints in the context of religious culture of Europe during the Counter-Reformation.
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Stanislav Mereminskiy
Research Fellow of the Institute of World History
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