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Examples of such a reception are the sample sermons on the church sacraments and funeral sermons included as an annex to Orthodox rituals. Published for the first time in the Vilnius edition in , texts of this kind were legitimized by Metropolitan of Kiev Piotr Mogila in his Euhologion of Instructive sermons from the Polish version of the Roman Ritual, which go back to the 16th- century teachings on the church sacraments by S. Karnkowski, M. Kromer, and H.
Powodowski, were used as models for these Orthodox sample sermons. Although the idea to incorporate such sample sermons in Orthodox rituals was inspired by the Polish tradition, this does not mean that the Orthodox authors also borrowed the instruction texts from the Catholic rituals.
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Textual analysis of the given sermon shows its compositional and, partially, even its substantial dependence on a sermon written by a Polish Dominican, W. Buckley Sgraffito: a study of a 17 th century pottery industry in North Wales, its production techniques and design influences.
Full Text Available The area around Buckley in north Wales has been associated with the production of pottery since the 13th or 14th centuries. Nineteen different pottery sites have been identified, producing a wide range of ceramic wares in the six-hundred year period up to the midth century. In the 17 th and 18th centuries , many of the wares produced were of high quality, on a par with Staffordshire wares of the same date. In the early 17 th century , the technique of sgraffito decoration spread to north Devon and Somerset from mainland Europe.
Buckley is the only known site to produce early sgraffito wares in northern Britain. This article aims to establish the date of the production and range of early sgraffito wares at Buckley and to examine the derivation of the designs and illustrations on the vessels. An illustrated catalogue has been produced and a comparative study made of sgraffito wares elsewhere to place Buckley into a national and international context.
The results show that early sgraffito production at Brookhill pottery, Buckley, was between All the vessels are dishes. The form and designs on the remainder of the sherds, dated up to , are no different from those dated to , which suggests a continuous period of production. The most common themes on the pots — tulips, leaves, mottoes, animals and birds — relate very closely to the designs featured on other objects made in the same period such as textiles, wallpaper, furniture and manuscripts.
Some of the designs were available in pattern books for particular groups of objects, for example needlework and pastry decoration. There is an interesting sub-group of pieces with animal and bird motifs and mottoes on the rims. It is possible that the influence for these came from a resurgence of interest in the medieval bestiary texts and.
Multi-analytical study of paint and varnish on a 17 th century wooden polychrome antependium. As a part of her Master's thesis, Aida Grga carried out a complex analysis of the paint layer binding medium and pigments and of the resinous varnish found on the object. Thin layer chromatography, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and micro-chemical analysis were used to identify the materials. Full Text Available This article deals with the corpus of names found in the charms of the Olonets Codex from the second quarter of the 17 th century.
The statistical analysis of the Olonets Codex texts to comprise about 90 charms has found several groups of personal names, including those of the Christian pantheon characters, the names of other characters from the Old and New Testaments, the names of Orthodox saints, the names of spirits — masters of the forest and natural objects. Most frequently, the charms would mention the Christ and the Mother of God either as Biblical characters or as direct recipients of the prayer for help, patronage, healing and subjects of certain actions aimed to protect the person or to punish their enemies.
Most outstanding characters like St. For instance, St. George was also referred to as the lord of wolves and other wild animals; Ilya the Prophet was impersonated as the horseman and thunderer, related to heavenly, earthly, and water powers and even to the departed parents. Along with those of Christian tradition, the Olonets Codex charms mention mythological creatures as well.
Interconnected commercial flows: The Asian and American markets during the second half of the 17 th Century. During the second half of the 17 th Century , American and Asian commerce were profoundly interconnected, to the extent that events on one continent could trigger a series of changes on the other. This article studies how certain events in China, India and the Philippines during this period had a strong effect on American commerce and how this market in turn affected these regions of Asia.
It also investigations the repercussions of these events on European trade. Full Text Available During the second half of the 17 th Century , American and Asian commerce were profoundly interconnected, to the extent that events on one continent could trigger a series of changes on the other. Full Text Available The article is devoted to the insufficiently studied aspect of the activities of the Armory chamber in the second half of 17 th - beginning of 18th centuries — supplying the needs of the Russian armed forces.
Political and military realities of the first half of the seventeenth century revealed the need for the modernization and transformation of the armed forces of Russia. Military reform required a massive amount of combat weapons and equipment made by Western European standard.
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The middle of the 17 th century was the times of a search for an optimal algorithm which would provide the armed forces with weapons and equipment. The integration in this process of the court gunsmith and Armory was an effective solution. The content of the Inventory of the Armory Chamber in can be divided into two parts: 1 parade and ceremonial weapons and armor, designed for the sovereign and court 2 a huge number of combat weapons deposed in a different storages.
The research is based on the complex of archival documents showing the role of the Armory chamber officials in organizing the purchase of combat weapons, its testing, preserving, repairing and transfer to the troops.mygywesudevo.tk
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The author also observed the changes in the activities of the institution in the last quarter of the century — when craftspeople of the court Armory workshop participated in the manufacturing of some special types of combat arms and service as a military gunsmith directly in troops and provincial armories.
Partnership between painters and sculptors in 17 th-century Spain: on model drawings by Francisco Rizi for an altarpiece of the Expectant Virgin. Full Text Available This paper deals with a case study of the collaboration between sculptors and painters in the context of the construction of altarpieces in 17 th-century Spain.
It analyses a drawing by Francisco Rizi Madrid, Escorial, in the British Museum depicting a sculptural group and fragments of an architectural framework, and relates it to two other drawings by the same artist in the National Library of Spain. They are identified as fragments of the design drawing of the former altarpiece of the Expectant Virgin in the church of the Calced Trinitarians in Madrid.
The history of the first Russian theater is closely related to the formation of a new court culture in the late 17 th century. The first plays of Russian theater "Ahasuerus action" and "Judith" was intended not only to a certain extent, "entertain" the Tsar Aleksey Mikhailovich, but also reflect the court ceremonial and the strengthening of royal authority in a transitional time in Russian history.
Rich pictorial series of the plays was the basis of ceremonial esthetics and its embodiment in the stage form. Full Text Available This study reveals the work developed by the nurses of the Hospital general of Madrid Spain in the treatment of the plague, and the training they received for their welfare tasks in the 17 th century. Since the end of the 16th century , nurses knew and implemented a set of techniques and medicines to alleviate the terrible disease of the plague and, despite the scarce knowledge about the disease existing at the time, they sought to prevent the contagion with hygienic and dietary measures, and physical isolation.
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This study shows through which actions and in which conditions nurses worked to deal with such a terrible disease. All this helps to get a full knowledge of the development of the work done by nurses in the last five centuries and, therefore, to determine the evolution and shaping of the nursing profession in our country. Self-administration of the people of Sakha in Yakutian region from 17 th to 19th century in context of imperial statehood.
Full Text Available The aim of this study was to evaluate the presence of infectious disease in the Dome Church Riga Cathedral Cemetery population, dating from the late medieval period 15th- 17 th centuries AD. A total of individuals were macroscopically observed for evidence of infectious disease, and seven individuals with lesions possibly associated with a bacterial infection affecting the skeleton were selected for further analysis. Pathological changes on the outer table of the skull and in the long bones of legs characteristic of venereal syphilis were observed in four female and one male individual.
Likewise, changes possibly related to late congenital syphilis were observed in a year-old non-adult individual.
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All these individuals were buried in a small area adjacent to the northern wall of the Dome Church, which possibly belonged to a hospital or a shelter. The evidence for venereal syphilis from the cemetery complements historical data about the spread of the disease in Riga during the 16th- 17 th centuries AD. One adult male individual had destructive changes in the lower spine, which could be associated with tuberculosis TB.
So far, this is the first individual with possible TB from the archaeological populations of Riga. This research provides unique evidence about infectious disease in skeletal populations from the late medieval period in Latvia, and the results will be used as the basis for future research in the subject, including extraction of ancient pathogen DNA. Acute traumatic death of a 17 th century general based on examination of mummified remains found in Korea. Recently, we examined one of the most perfectly preserved mummies of the Joseon Dynasty ever found in Korea.
The individual was an elderly man and a high-ranking general who had lived sometime during the 16th or 17 th century in Korea. When computerized tomography CT radiographs were taken, a fracture line was observed on the left side of the mandible. A post-factum dissection also provided crucial clues to the cause of death. First of all, blood clots were still evident at the fracture site, indicating that the mandibular fracture had occurred just before death. Second, we also found feces exclusively in the sigmoid colon or rectum, but not in the stomach, small intestine or colon. This told us that our subject had not eaten anything during his final 2 days even though there was no indication that he would have had any difficulty eating during that time.