germogen


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germogen

An obsolete term for the cytoplasmic component(s) from which germ cells were once thought to originate.
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In 1595, the same year as the discovery of Gurii and Varsonofii's uncorrupted remains, Germogen sent a letter of protest to the tsar about the reconstruction of several mosques inside the city walls, as Tsar Ivan IV had ordered all mosques destroyed in the 1550s.
While subsequent Church hierarchs, such as Metropolitan Germogen, had attempted to pick up the mantle of missionary, even they did not provide consistent support for the conversion mission, as both the secular and religious authorities' reliance upon the region's non-Russian populations discouraged the upheaval conversion efforts would surely entail.
These arrangements were reviewed in a document sent to Metropolitan Germogen later in the sixteenth century: Gramota, d.
Cherkashin, Patriarkh Germogen: K 300 letiiu so dnia smerti 1612-1912 (Moscow: Tipografiia Pochaevo-Uspenskoi Lavry, 1912); and Vasilii Borin, Sviatieishii Patriarkh Germogen i mesto ego zakliucheniia (Moscow: Izdanie tserkovnoarkheograficheskago otdela, 1913).