After the Mongol Yoke (2)

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Unformatted text preview: After the Mongol Yoke: the rise of Muscovy Monomakhs Cap The Onion dome Origin unknown and hotly debated: 16th century or earlier Most certainly appeared after the Mongol years Differ in color/shape by region Church of the Transfiguration, Kizhi Island St. Sergius of Radonezh Blessed Dmitri Donskoys troops before the battle at Kulikovo Initiated monastic reforms that led to the founding of the Trinity-St. Sergius lavra . Emphasized Trinity-Sergius Lavra Theophanes the Greek (1340-1410)? St. Andrei Rublev (1360s-1430?) Andrei Rublev:- Style exemplified by simple lyricism, softer images, deeper colors- Most of his works are likely the work of his school: only the Trinity is considered fully his.- The Trinity is considered the highest achievement of Russian art. The rise of Hesychasm From the Greek stillness/quiet Brought (back) to Russia by St. Nil Sorsky after visiting Mt. Athos Emphasized isolation, meditation Competing ideologies:...
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