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See for example: I. S. Belliustin, Description of the Clergy in Rural Russia: The Memoir of a Nineteenth-Century Parish Priest, transl. and intro. by Gregory L. Freeze (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1985); Dmitrii Ivanovich Rostislavov, Provincial Russia in the Age of Enlightenment: The Memoir of a Priest’s Son, transl. and ed. Alexander M. Martin (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2002). 18. Gregory L. Freeze, “A Case of Stunted Anticlericalism,” European History Quarterly 13, no.
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1 It would be remiss, however, to deny a more controversial side to their history. The practice of incarcerating individuals in Russian Orthodox monasteries would doubtless fall into this latter category. Peter the Great is a well-known example, since he consigned his half-sister, Sophia, to a convent in order to seize the throne in 1689. But political intrigue represents a very small percentage of the people who were confined in monasteries. More frequently, members of the clergy, landowners, and even peasants were sentenced to perform public penance by the ecclesiastical courts or by one of the many secular regional authorities.