Russian Orthodox Church History - This is a virtual collection of Old Belief materials created by Saratov State University-Scientific Library. The Russian Orthodox Old-Rite Church (or Russian Orthodox Oldritualist Church, Russian Orthodox Old-Ritualist Church) (Russian: Русская Православная Старообрядческая Церковь) is an Eastern Orthodox Church of the Old Believers tradition, born from a schism within the Russian Orthodox Church following the liturgical reforms of Patriarch Nikon in the second half of 17th century (Old Believers)., Russian Translation:
The other steadfast style of book design is guslitskaya adopted its name from Guslitz [place and river] is situated in Podmoskovye [the region neighboring with Moscow city] where in XIX century many talented masters worked on homecraft who developed their own picture [print] and coloring of hand-writing design.
Guslitskiy style of design is more typical for Old Believers-popovzy. The ornament of guslitskiy script was stylized as moskovskiy staropechatnyy [Moscow old print]. It has wide leaf blade pattern [design], bright contrast paints, abundance of gold. Extensionality and chiaroscuro was transmitted via hatching., [IsPartOf] Russian Orthodox Church History - Music/Songs of the Old Believers - History of the Raskol (schism)
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