Bogoslovskii

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Bogoslovskii

 

until 1941, the name of the city of Karpinsk in Sverdlovsk Oblast, RSFSR.

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References in periodicals archive ?
Nevolin, "Vliianie idei 'Moskva--Tretii Rim' na traditsii drevenerusskogo izobrazitel'nogo iskusstva," in Iskusstvo khristianskogo mira: Sbornik statei (Moscow: Pravoslavnyi Sviato-Tikhonovskii bogoslovskii institut, 1996), 71-84.
Bogoslovskii, it gave way in the mid-seventeenth century to an "autocratic-bureaucratic" one, (26) when the latter having gained strength again takes control of all the basic spheres of the life of society.
Bogoslovskii, Zemskoe samoupravlenie na Russkom Severe v XVII v.
Bogoslovskii, was changed in the 17th century by an "autocratic-bureaucracy," (34) which acquired its final form after the reforms of Peter I, when society was enmeshed in a mass of all possible government regulations, prohibitions, and instructions (how to build a house, which caftans to wear, where and how to receive an education, and so on).
Bogoslovskii. Karpovich continued to study Russian history into World War I.
(13) However, as the Russian historian Mikhail Bogoslovskii rightly noted, the truthfulness of the denunciations and other statements is not as important as the simple fact that these various defamations occurred--that is, the defamations themselves "reflect the mindset and attitude of the society from which they emerged.
Bogoslovskii, Oblastnaia reforma Petra Velikogo: Provintsiia, 1719-27 gg.
Bogoslovskii, Petr I: Materialy dlia biografii (Moscow: Tsentrpoligraf, 2007), 3: 364- 65; Enin, Voevodskoe kormlenie, 145.
(52) Beliakova, Tserkovnyi sud; Leont'eva, Vera i progress; Georgii Orekhanov, Na puti k soboru: Tserkovnye reformy i pervaia russkaia revoliutsiia (Moscow: Sv.-Tikhonovskii Bogoslovskii institut, 2002); S.
Smirnov, "Ispoved' mirian pred startsami," Bogoslovskii vestnik (September 1905): 19-20; Sergius Bolshakoff, Russian Mystics (London: Cistercian Publications, 1977), 179.
(16) But that is all there is to the "schools." Indeed, how can we regard the meticulously researched works of the Muscovites Aleksandr Kizevetter and Mikhail Bogoslovskii as products of preconceived theories, or the ambitious comparative works of the Petersburger Pavlov-Sil'vanskii as purely empirical and narrow in focus?
Bogoslovskii, Gosudarstvennoe polozhenie rimsko-katolicheskoi tserkvi v Rossii ot Ekateriny Velikoi do nastoiashchego vremeni (Khar'kov: Tipografiia Gubernskogo pravleniia, 1898).