Patriarch Athanasius IV of Alexandria
Athanasius IV served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1417 and 1425.
Patriarch Mark V of Alexandria
Mark V served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1425 and 1435.
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Patriarch Joachim I of Constantinople
Joachim I (Greek: Ιωακείμ Α΄) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1498 to 1502 and for a short time in 1504.
Concerning the early life of Joachim before he became Patriarch of Cons...
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Michael of Klopsk
Michael of Klopsk (Russian: Михаил Клопский - Mikhail Klopsky), died ca. 1458, was a 15th-century Russian Orthodox fool-for-Christ's-sake associated with the Klopsky Holy Trinity Monastery near No...
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Shio II of Georgia
Shio II (Georgian: შიო) was a 15th-century Georgian prelate mentioned as the Catholicos Patriarch of Georgia in the documents dating from 1440 to 1443/47. Shio was a close associate of King Alexan...
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Theodore III of Georgia
Theodore III (Georgian: თეოდორე) was a 15th-century Georgian prelate mentioned as the Catholicos Patriarch of Georgia in the documents dating from 1427 to 1434. Theodore was a close associate of K...
Patriarch Isidore II of Constantinople
Isidore II Xanthopoulos (Greek: Ισίδωρος Β΄ Ξανθόπουλος) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1456 to 1462.
Little is known about the life and the patriarchate of Isidore. His surna...
Basil Fool for Christ
Basil the Blessed (known also as Basil, fool for Christ; Basil, Wonderworker of Moscow; or Blessed Basil of Moscow, fool for Christ Russian: Василий Блаженный, Vasily Blazhenny) is a Russian Ortho...
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David II, Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia
David II (Georgian: დავით II, davit' II) was a 15th-century Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia consecrated in 1426. He was the fourth son of Alexander I, King of Georgia (r. 1412–1442), by his second...
Patriarch Maximus IV of Constantinople
Maximus IV (Greek: Μάξιμος Δ΄), previously known as Manasses (Greek: Μανασσής), was an Orthodox Christian monk and bishop. He was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1491 to 1497.
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Cathedral of the Annunciation
The Cathedral of the Annunciation (Russian: Благовещенский собор, or Blagoveschensky sobor) is a Russian Orthodox church dedicated to the Annunciation of the Theotokos. It is located on the sout...
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Patriarch Philotheus of Alexandria
Philotheus served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1435 and 1459.
Patriarch Gregory IV of Alexandria
Gregory IV served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1398 and 1412.
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Sect of Skhariya the Jew
The Thought of Skhariya the Jew, much more commonly known in the church terminology as the Heresy of the Judaizers or Zhidovstvuyushchiye, was a religious concept that existed in Novgorod the Great an...
Patriarch Mark VI of Alexandria
Mark VI served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1459 and 1484.
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Patriarch Nicholas IV of Alexandria
Nicholas IV served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1412 and 1417.
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Hermitage of St. Peter of Koriša
Hermitage and Monastery of Saint Peter Koriški (Serbian: Испосница и манастир Светог Петра Коришког, Isposnica i manastir Svetog Petra Koriškog) is a ruin of the hermitage and monastery located in...
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David IV, Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia
David IV or V (Georgian: დავით IV/V, davit' IV/V) was a 15th-century Catholicos-Patriarch of Georgia known from the group of documents dated from 1447 to 1457. They testify to David's efforts to r...
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Strigolniki
The Strigolniki (singular Strigólnik–Стригольник in Russian) were followers of the first Russian heretical sect of the middle of the 14th and first half of the 15th century, established in Pskov and l...
St Cosmas and St Damian Church, Moscow
The Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian in Old Panei (Russian: Церковь Космы и Дамиана в Старых Панех), is a Russian Orthodox church dedicated to the twin Saints Cosmas and Damian, Christian martyr...
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Patriarch Nephon II of Constantinople
Nephon II, (or Nifon, Greek: Νήφων Β΄), born Nicholas, was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople three times: from 1486 to 1488, from 1497 to 1498 and for a short time in 1502. He is honored as a...
Patriarch Dionysius I of Constantinople
Dionysius I (Greek: Διονύσιος Α΄) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople two times, from 1466 to 1471 and from 1488 to 1490. He is honoured as a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church and his fe...
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Miracle of the Moose
Venerable Macarius' Miracle of the Moose (Russian: Чу́до преподо́бного Мака́рия У́нженского о лосе́) is a miracle associated with the name ofVenerable Macarius of the Yellow Water Lake and the Unz...
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Patriarch Joachim of Alexandria
Joachim served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1486 and 1567.
In 1556, Joachim sent a letter to the Russian Czar Ivan IV, asking the Orthodox monarch to provide some material assistance f...
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History of the Eastern Orthodox Church under the Ottoman Empire
In AD 1453, the city of Constantinople, the capital and last stronghold of the Byzantine Empire, fell to the Ottoman Empire. By this time Egypt had been under Muslim control for some seven centuries. ...
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Patriarch Mark II of Constantinople
Mark II Xylokaravis (Greek: Μάρκος Β΄ Ξυλοκαράβης, Bulgarian: Марк Ксилокарав, Macedonian: Марко Ксилокараф) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1465 to 1466. In 1467 he became...