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Potiĭ, Ipatiĭ, 1541-1613


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    • Pociej, Hipacy, 1541-1613
    • Pociej, Adam Hipacy, 1541-1613
    • Potij, Ipatij, 1541-1613
    • Adam, Ipatii, 1541-1613
    • Pociei, Hypatius, 1541-1613
    • Poty, Ipaty, 1541-1613
    • Ipatiĭ Pot︠s︡eĭ, 1541-1613
    • Pot︠s︡eĭ, Ipatiĭ, 1541-1613
    • Patseĭ, Ipatsiĭ, 1541-1613
    • Ipatīĭ Pot︠s︡i︠e︡ĭ, 1541-1613
    • Pot︠s︡i︠e︡ĭ, Ipatīĭ, 1541-1613
    • Hipacy, 1541-1613
    • Hypatius, 1541-1613
    • Patsei, Adam Lʹvovich, 1541-1613
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      • Pociej, Hipacy, 1541-1613
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      • found: Antirresis, abo, Apologija przeciwko Krzysztofowi Philaletowi, który niedawno wydał książki imieniem starożytnej Rusi religiei greckiej przeciw książkom o synodzie brzeskim, napisanym w Roku Pańskim 1597, 1997:t.p. (Hipacy Pociej) p. 278 (Adam Hipacy Pociej (1541-1613), an Orthodox who later became the first Uniate Metropolitan of Kiev)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 4, p. 171 (Potii, Ipatii [Potij, Ipatij] (secular name: Adam), b. 12 April 1541 in Rozhanka, Podlachia region, d. 1613. Churchman and Uniate metropolitan of Kiev. He was raised at the Polish royal court, and entered the service of King Sigismund II August. He adopted Calvinism but later reconverted to Orthodoxy in 1574. In 1593 he was made Bishop of Volodymyr and Brest. He later helped to lead the sobor that culminated in the Church Union of Berestia. In 1599 Potii became the second Uniate metropolitan of Kiev and Halych (1600-1613). Potii, as a noted polemicist wrote in Ukrainian, Polish, and Latin)
      • found: Britannica on line, 02-02-99(article under Union of Brest-Litovsk: Ipaty Poty of the Uniate camp)
      • found: Belarus. savets. ėntsykl.:v. 9, p. 354 (Patseĭ Ipatsiĭ (secular name Adam Lʹvovich, 1541-1613); church statesman who became Bishop of Vladimir-Brest in 1593, he was one of the organizers of the Brest Union in 1596; in 1599 he became the Uniate Metropolitan. He wrote polemics in Polish and Belarusian)
      • found: Savy Search, 02-02-99(article under Catholic Encyc.: Union of Brest: Adam Pociej, Bishop pf Vladimir)
      • found: New Catholic encyc.:v. 14, p. 403 (article under Kiev Province, 1450-1805: Hypatius Pociei, the bishop of Vladimir)
      • found: Russian Brockhaus:v. 13, p. 290 (Ipatīĭ Pot︠s︡i︠e︡ĭ; Uniate propagandist, b. 1541)
      • found: Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.:v. 9, p. 38 (Potiĭ Ipatiĭ, 1541-1613. Uniatsʹkyĭ mytropolyt (1600-1613), and one of the founders of the Uniate Church in Ukraine; he was also one of the organizers of the Brestsʹka unii︠a︡ in 1596. Potiĭ was a polemicist who propagandized against the Orthodox and Protestant Churches)
      • found: Encyk. Powszechna PWN:v. 3, p. 551 (Pociej, Adam, [Hipacy] (1541-1613), mitropolita kijowski from 1600, from 1593 prawosł. biskup włodzimierski i brzeski, one of the organizers of the Unia Brzeska (1596); also an author)
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      • 1998-01-08: new
      • 1999-02-03: revised
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