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Вселенское Православие и Московское царство в начале Смуты: источники информации о событиях в России

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The author demonstrates that relations between the Russian state and the four Eastern Orthodox Christian patriarchates were not interrupted at the beginning of the Time of Troubles and continued in the traditional way. The main focus is on sources of information available in the Orthodox East concerning events in Russia: officials of the Russian church hierarchy (Arseny Elassonsky, Ignatius, Nectarios, and Matthew Kolitsydis), diplomatic missions (1603–1606), information about the Pretender Dmitry circulating in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1602–1604), and Greek priests at the court of Prince Vasily Ostrozhky. The author investigates the levels and content of information about Russia at the end of the reign of Boris Godunov and during the reign of False Dmitry I that was promptly transmitted to the Patriarchs.

Affiliations: 1: Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine wuljanovskij@univ.kiev.ua

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2014-01-01
2016-12-11

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