Chapter 21 – Absolute Monarchs in Europe Ch. 21 Section 1: Spain’s Empire and European AbsolutismChapter 21 – Absolute Monarchs in Europe Ch. 21 Section 1: Spain’s Empire and European Absolutism
Philip II – ruled the wealthy Spanish empire, promoted arts, defended Catholicism and fought England
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The statute of the orthodox church in americaThe statute of the orthodox church in america
Russia granted autocephaly to the Metropolitanate. The Metropolitanate accepted and affirmed its new status and reorganized under the title “The Orthodox Church in America” at sessions of the All-American Council held in October, 1970
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Russian orthodox cathedral christ the saviour parish Constitution and By-laws 2014Russian orthodox cathedral christ the saviour parish Constitution and By-laws 2014
Russian Orthodox Cathedral Christ the Saviour—Parish Constitution and Bylaws 2014
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Peter and Catherine the Greats and the Rise of the Russian EmpirePeter and Catherine the Greats and the Rise of the Russian Empire
Upon his death, however, Russia’s troubles had just begun. His final blow against the prosperity of his people was the murder of his only likely successor, his son Ivan, whom he skewered with his pointed staff in a fit of rage
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The Priest\The Priest's or Deacon's audible prayers are in Bold
The silent prayers indented in Gray. They are arranged slightly differently than the standard printed sluzebnic, because this text is optimized for a priest who is serving without a deacon
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Chapter 13: European State Consolidation in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth CenturiesChapter 13: European State Consolidation in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
From the early seventeenth century through World War II, no region so dominated the world politically, militarily, and economically as Europe
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Russian absolutismRussian absolutism
Ivan III liberates the Russians from the Mongols who had ruled it from 1240-1480, stops paying tribute and becomes the first Tsar
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Russian Czars Increase Their Power From Ivan to the RomanovsRussian Czars Increase Their Power From Ivan to the Romanovs
Ivan was the first Russian ruler to use it officially. He also married the beautiful Anastasia, related to an old boyar family, the Romanovs. The years from 1547 to 1560 are often called Ivan’s “good period
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