Messages and publications. ON MOLDOVAN-RUSSIAN AND ROMANIAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS
Messages and publications. ON MOLDOVAN-RUSSIAN AND ROMANIAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS Author: T. A. STOYANOVICH (Review of documents in the Library of the Romanian Academy of Sciences) Professor T. A. Stoyanovich The manuscript department of the Library of the Romanian Academy of Sciences has quite a significant number of documents related to Romanian-Russian relations. Some of them are available in originals, others in copies. The most interesting documents, both in their antiquity and in their content, are the following:: 1. Letter from Archimandrite Varlaam, who later became Metropolitan of Moldavia and Ambassador of the Gospodar Miron of Barnovo in Moscow, to Tsar Mikhail Romanov. The letter was written in Slavonic in 1637, in Suceava, after Varlaam's return from Moscow. It asks for permission to print one book in Moscow, as Moldavia, as the Metropolitan writes, is under the " heavy hand of the Hagar (Turks)". This letter proves that Russia at that time gave great support to the cultural development of Romania, which, although it used the services of a printing house obtained from Russia, could not freely print books due to Turkish control. 2. Letter of the Ruler of Moldavia Vasili Lup to Tsar Mikhail Romanov dated July 12, 1639. The letter is one of a number of letters sent to this king. It shows the friendship that existed between the two peoples at that time, and the assistance that Russia provided to Moldavian art. 3. A letter from the same gospodar, sent to Mikhail Romanov in the same year 1639, announcing the arrival of Russian icon painters sent to paint the Church of the Three Hierarchs, which was built by Vasili Lupu in Iasi. In the letter, the gospodar also praises the icons that arrived from Moscow, which he says "were made with perfection and beautifully." 4. A letter dated November 20, 1645, addressed to Vasily Lupus, the successor of Tsar Michael-Alexey Mikhailovich. 5. A letter from the Hospodar Gheorghe Stefan to Tsar Alexey Mi ... Read more
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