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culture and piety, 260-6 'lived Orthodoxy' and heterodoxy, 255-60

variety and diversity of Rus religious expression, 255 1613-1721 (Counter-Reformation) confraternities, founding of, 303 Nikon reforms, lay opposition to, 318 1721-1917, 348-51

church and state, relationship of, 351 confraternities under holy synod, 337 disaffection of lay elites in 18th and 19th centuries, 357 diversity of popular piety, 353-7, 359 education, issues related to, 350,353-7, 358-63

in European context, 367-70 falling away from religion altogether, 365 lifecycle rituals, 355, 356 liturgical year as framework for popular piety, 355

national identity and popular piety, 363-7 pastoral reforms under holy synod,

335-7, 343

pilgrimages, 364-5 saints, cult of,364 slavophilism, 349 temperance campaigns, 344,345 theatre and cinema, 360, 361-2 urbanisation, effects of,356, 366 women, 366 confraternities, 303,337, 367 Lazar Brankovic (last Serbian despot), 163 Lazarevic, Stefan, 162 Lebanon

Armenians in, 453

Maronites, 519-23. See also Maronites Syrian Catholics in, 515, 517, 519 Syrian Orthodox in, 513 Lebedinskii, Leontii, 331 Lebna Dengel (Ethiopian ruler), 462 L├ęger, Antoine, 197, 200 Lenin, Vladimir Il'ich, 558, 559, 563 Leo Tuscus, 55

Leonid (Nagolkin), Russian monk, 338 Leontii (Lebedinskii), Russian bishop, 331 Leontios (patriarch ofJerusalem), 92 Leopold (Habsburg emperor), 433 Leskov Nicolai, 332 Lesvios, Benjamin, 208 Levitin, Anatolii, 571 Levon (prince of Cilicia), 415, 417, 418

Levon III (Armenian king), 423 Levshin, Platon, 327, 329, 338, 544 Liebniz, 204 lifecycle rituals in Byzantium, 90, 94-7,100 in Russia, 355, 356 Ligarides, Paisios, 319 literary culture in Armenian Russian community, 446,

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