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History of Peter I (Krekshin)-View of Moscow.Э.Шульгина-Древнерусская миниатюра в Гос.Историч.музее. Выпуск VI. П.Крекшин-История Петра I (1982) 8 (18).07.1689,в праздн. Казанской иконы Богоматери,произ.1-ый публич.конфликт между возмужавшим Петром и Софьей.В тот день,по обычаю,соверш.крестный ход из Кремля в Казанский собор.По оконч.обедни Петр подошел к сестре и объявил,чт.она не смела идти вместе с мужчинами в процессии. Софья приняла вызов.

History of Peter I (Krekshin)-View of Moscow.Э.Шульгина-Древнерусская миниатюра в Гос.Историч.музее. Выпуск VI. П.Крекшин-История Петра I (1982) 8 (18).07.1689,в праздн. Казанской иконы Богоматери,произ.1-ый публич.конфликт между возмужавшим Петром и Софьей.В тот день,по обычаю,соверш.крестный ход из Кремля в Казанский собор.По оконч.обедни Петр подошел к сестре и объявил,чт.она не смела идти вместе с мужчинами в процессии. Софья приняла вызов.

IMPERIAL RUSSIA WINTER PALACE BALL~  1903. The last imperial ball before the Bolshevik Revolution.  Elaborate embroidered and bejeweled costumes with jeweled tiaras .

IMPERIAL RUSSIA WINTER PALACE BALL~ 1903. The last imperial ball before the Bolshevik Revolution. Elaborate embroidered and bejeweled costumes with jeweled tiaras .

1903 Romanov Dynasty Anniversary Costume Ball in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg , Russia. Fancy dress in the Russian traditional fashion of the 17th c.

1903 Romanov Dynasty Anniversary Costume Ball in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg , Russia. Fancy dress in the Russian traditional fashion of the 17th c.

A book about how the expectations and morality of #magic affected 17th century #Russia and its witch trials at the time.

A book about how the expectations and morality of #magic affected 17th century #Russia and its witch trials at the time.

Russian Girl w/ Kokoshnik: A traditional piece of female headware dating back to the 17th century.  It is most closely tied to matrimony;  married women were forbidden to show their hair in public,  w/ the Kokoshnik it could be plaited and tucked under, out of view.  Banned by Peter the great for the social elite, it was brought back by Catherine the Great, & has remained a patriotic symbol since, & is often seen at weddings. Character

Russian Girl w/ Kokoshnik: A traditional piece of female headware dating back to the 17th century. It is most closely tied to matrimony; married women were forbidden to show their hair in public, w/ the Kokoshnik it could be plaited and tucked under, out of view. Banned by Peter the great for the social elite, it was brought back by Catherine the Great, & has remained a patriotic symbol since, & is often seen at weddings. Character

Musical Cultures in 17th-Century Russia

Musical Cultures in 17th-Century Russia (Hardcover)

Musical Cultures in 17th-Century Russia

Valday Iversky Monastery [1] (Russian: Валдайский Иверский монастырь) is a Russian Orthodox monastery founded by Patriarch Nikon in 1653. The monastery is located on an island in Lake Valdayskoye in Valdaysky District of Novgorod Oblast, Russia, close to the town of Valday. In the 17th century, the Valday Iversky Monastery was one of the most influential monasteries in Russia and a significant cultural center.

Valday Iversky Monastery [1] (Russian: Валдайский Иверский монастырь) is a Russian Orthodox monastery founded by Patriarch Nikon in 1653. The monastery is located on an island in Lake Valdayskoye in Valdaysky District of Novgorod Oblast, Russia, close to the town of Valday. In the 17th century, the Valday Iversky Monastery was one of the most influential monasteries in Russia and a significant cultural center.

Masquerade Costume - Boyaryna's Dress of the 17th Century, St. Petersburg (?), Russia, 1903. Worn by Countess Natalia Fyodorovna Karlova to the Romanov Anniversary Ball in 1903. Velvet, silk, gold thread, wire. Collection of State Hermitage Museum. Photo of Countess Karlova via Wikimedia Commons.

Masquerade Costume - Boyaryna's Dress of the 17th Century, St. Petersburg (?), Russia, 1903. Worn by Countess Natalia Fyodorovna Karlova to the Romanov Anniversary Ball in 1903. Velvet, silk, gold thread, wire. Collection of State Hermitage Museum. Photo of Countess Karlova via Wikimedia Commons.

Pectoral Cross, 1600s Byzantium, Russia, Byzantine period, 17th century walrus ivory, wood, partially gilt silver and pearls, Overall - h:10.50 w:5.00 d:1.65 cm (h:4 1/8 w:1 15/16 d:5/8 inches).

Pectoral Cross, 1600s Byzantium, Russia, Byzantine period, 17th century walrus ivory, wood, partially gilt silver and pearls, Overall - h:10.50 w:5.00 d:1.65 cm (h:4 1/8 w:1 15/16 d:5/8 inches).

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