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Moscow, 287

national and local identity developed in relationship to, 363 new iconography under Ivan IV 295-7 Novgorod, 278-8i other media, carryover of iconography to, 296

portable nature of, 294 for private devotions, 294, 296 Rublev, Andrei, 264, 283, 288-9i, 297 Stoglav (One Hundred Chapters) on, 297 Vladimir icon and Russian nationalism, 286-7

icons, modern revival ofinterest in, 590

idiorrhythmic monasticism, 154,163 Ignatiev Count (Russian ambassador to

Sublime Porte), 241 Ignatii (Brianchaninov), Russian bishop, 332 Ignatios II (Jacobite patriarch), 377,380,384,

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