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Equality under Reserve

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Men and Women in Donations and Commemoration in Muscovite Russia

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In the world of the rich Muscovite sources on donations and the liturgical commemoration of the dead, women are mentioned as comprehensively as men. I illustrate this in the Synodicon of the Disgraced and a detailed case study of the donor Mariia Eropkina, née El’chanina. While the first is a unique case, the latter corresponds, notwithstanding some particularities, to a pattern which we encounter time and again in similar form. Apparently, premodernism shares a common ground in Europe that transcends church boundaries: The worlds of men and women were not strictly separated, but male dominance was undisputed.

Affiliations: 1: Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel, Germany


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