The Reception of the Council of Florence in Moscow

@article{Cherniavsky1955TheRO,
  title={The Reception of the Council of Florence in Moscow},
  author={Michael Cherniavsky},
  journal={Church History},
  year={1955},
  volume={24},
  pages={347-359}
}
As the Council of Florence concluded its deliberations, the Greek Orthodox participants had a number of choices open to them. The Byzantine metropolitan and newly created cardinal of the Roman Church, Bessarion, elected to remain in the Roman West where his intellect and knowledge were so well appreciated, after a short visit to a Constantinople unreconciled to the idea of Union. The Metropolitan of all Russia, Isidore, likewise adorned with the red hat and invested by the Pope with legatine… Expand
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