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Roman Catholic churches and monasteries of the former Brest-Litovsk Province. Part V, Volume 5

Volume five of the fifth part of the series  Materiały do dziejów sztuki sakralnej na ziemiach wschodnich dawnej Rzeczypospolitej  [Materials for the history of religious art in the eastern territories of the former Polish Republic] includes monographs of 19 churches and chapels in 17 towns located in the south-western part of the Brest-Litovsk Province, near Brest and Kobryn. More than half of the religious buildings in this area were destroyed, a few have survived and only several of them remained Roman Catholic churches.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries of the Former Brest Voivodeship. Cathedral in Pinsk

“The city of Pinsk, formerly called Pinnum after the Pina River, located in Belarus in the Brest Region, in the drainage basin of the Black Sea, full of Ruthenians, mainly schismatics, apart from other churches, contains also a parish church under the care of the Franciscan order” – reads a diocese document from 1727.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship. Part V, vol. 3

The volume is another in a series of monographs dedicated to the monuments of religious art from the former Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship. Part V, vol. 2

The volume contains studies of churches, monasteries and chapels from Bereza Kartuska, Bogdziuki, Czernawczcyce, Dołhe, Drohiczyn Poleski, Dziady, Kamieniec Litewski, Linowo, Peliszcze, Prużana, Siehniewicze, Słobódka pod Prużaną, Szereszów – all located in the western part of the former Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship. Part V, vol. 1

This book launches the fifth part of the series Materials for the History of Religious Art n the Eastern Borderlands of the Former Polish Republic published by the Krakow-based ICC and dedicated to the Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship. It has been written and edited by academics from the Catalogue of Art Monuments in Poland of the Institute of Art, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, within the framework of two academic projects supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries of the Former Trakai Voivodeship. Grodno. Part IV, volume 4

The fourth and final volume in the series dedicated to monuments of religious architecture from the former Trakai Voivodeship discusses three no longer existing objects in Grodno: the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (the so-called Witold parish church) together with the parish hospital of the Holy Spirit, and the monastery complex of Discalced Carmelites with the Church of the Raising of the Holy Cross.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries of the Former Trakai Voivodeship. Grodno Part IV, vol. 3

Another volume of the series, addressing the monuments of religious art from the area of the former Trakai Voivodeship, discusses the churches of Grodno (with the exception of the cathedral, included in the 2nd volume of the series, published by the ICC in 2015).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries of the Former Trakai Voivodeship. Part IV, volume 2

The presented publication is yet another volume in the series discussing the monuments of religious art in the area of the former Trakai Voivodeship. It includes materials gathered from 1994 to 1998 during a preliminary inventory works conducted under the supervision of Professor Maria Kałamajska-Saeed, complemented with her research in Moscow and St. Petersburg from 2007 to 2014.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Trakai Voivodeship. Part IV, vol. 1

Another volume in the series titled  Materials for the History of the Religious Art in the Eastern Borderlands of the Former Polish Republic  published by the ICC. This publication brings monographs of the Church of the Finding of the Holy Cross and the Bernardine monastery in Grodno as well as the Church of Annunciation and the monastery of Bridgettines, also in Grodno.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Vilnius Voivodeship. Part III, Vol. 4

The volume contains monographs of churches and cemetery chapels in the former Iwiewski district (Bakszty, Dudy, Gawia, Iwie, Jatołtowicze, Juraciszki, Lipniszki, Łazduny, Urciszki i Zygmunciszki), Lidzki district (Berdówka, Kirjanowce) and Woronowski district (Trokiele).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Vilnius Voivodeship. Part III, Vol. 3

The volume contains monographs of churches located in the western part of the former Lidzki poviat: the parish churches in Dylewo, Iszczołna, Pielas, Stare Wasiliszki, Woronów and Żołudek, the former Dominican church in Stare Wasiliszki, the former Carmelite church in Żołudek as well as the cemetery chapel in Stankiewicze and palace chapel in Krasula (Polish names as quoted in the book).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Vilnius Voivodeship. Part III, Vol. 2

This volume includes monographs of 12 Roman Catholic churches, monasteries and chapels in 9 towns: Białohruda, Bielica, Ćwiermy, Jelna, Krupowo, Lida, Minojty, Mochowicze, Waszkiewicze.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Vilnius Voivodeship. Part III, Vol. 1

This volume includes monographs on sacral buildings of the pre-partition Vilnius Voivodship. The materials give details of the history of places, their successive owners, church furnishings, the state of preservation and artistic value. This publication comprises descriptions of the historical monuments in Bachmaty, Dubatówka, Gieranony, Gierwiaty, Graużyszki, Kiemieliszki, Nieciecz, Raduń, Różanka, Soły and Węsławinięty.
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Roman-Catholic Churches and Monasteries of the Former Navahrudak Voivodeship. Part II, volume 5

The volume contains the analysis of 6 objects of religious architecture: the Transfiguration Church (former parish church) and the Christ the King monastic house of the Sisters of Nazareth, Archangel Michael's Church and Dominican monastery, Virgin Mary's Church and the monastery of Dominican Nuns, former Church of St. Anthony of Padua and Franciscan Monastery (at present the Naval Church of St. Nicholas), the Church of Immaculate Conception of Virgin Mary and St. Stanislaus Kostka of the Jesuit college, the chapel and the so-called Old Cemetery.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Novogrod Voivodeship. Part II, vol. 4

This recently released volume contains monographs of parish churches in 10 towns of the former Novogrod Voivodeship: Dereczyn (together with the local Dominican Monastery), Łukonica Kościelna, Mołczada, Nowojelnia, Rędziszowszczyzna, Rohotna, Ruda Jaworska, Sielawicze, Skrundzie and Zdzięcioł (a local cemetery chapel has been discussed separately).
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Roman-Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Novgorod Voivodeship, Part II, vol. 3.

The book is a result of three-year-long research project (1995–1998) which took interest in monuments of religious art located in the former Novgorod Voivodeship.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Novgorod Voivodship. Part II, Vol. 2

This volume includes monographs of historical buildings in the former Volkovysk poviat, located in the following towns (by Polish names as used in the book): Izabelin, Krzemienica, Łysków, Międzyrzecz, Mścibów, Pieski, Porozów, Rohoźnica, Strubica, Szydłowice, Świsłocz Wielka, Werejki, Wierdomicze, Zelwa.
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Roman-Catholic Churches and Monasteries in fhe Former Rus’ Voivodeship, Part I, vol. 23

The volume contains addenda to the texts and iconographies in the previous 22 volumes. Moreover, it will include an aggregated index of persons for volumes 1–22, indexes of the parishes mentioned in the work, and a separate index of data on filial churches and public chapels. It will also include a dictionary of artists, craftsmen, and artisans working in the territory of the former Rus’ Voivodeship. A unique addition to volume 23 is a CD with a comprehensive index of names for volumes 1–23.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus’ Voivodeship. Part I, vol. 22

The volume contains monographs of churches and monasteries located in the Chełm area past the Bug River, which was part of the Rus’ Voivodeship of the Commonwealth, despite being separated by the former Belz Voivodeship. The buildings belonged to the Luboml deanship of the Chełm diocese; in the 19th century they were annexed by the Lutsk-Zhytomyr diocese; in the inter-war period they belonged to the Lutsk diocese.
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Latin Cathedral in Lviv. Part I, Vol. 21.

A new volume of the monumental series Materials for the History of the Religious Art in the Eastern Borderlands of the Former Polish Republic –  Roman Catholic Churches and Religious Houses of the Former Rus Voivodeship , Part I, Vol. 21.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship, Part I, vol. 20

This publication is a continuation of vol. 19 (published in 2011) of part I of  Materials for the History of the Religious Art in the Eastern Borderlands of the Former Polish Republic , and contains studies of Lviv’s church and monastic complexes of the Bernardines, Dominicans (Corpus Christi and St. Mary Magdalene), Jesuits and Carmelites (originally discalced, from the end of the 18th century – calced).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus’ Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 19

The volume contains monographs of twenty one churches as well as monasteries and convents of the city Lvov prior to the partition of Poland, including, among others, St. John the Baptist’s Church, Our Lady of the Snow’s Church, St. Anne’s Church and the former Augustinian monastery, the Immaculate Conception Church and the Bernardine convent, All Saints’ Church and the Benedictine convent, St. Sophie’s Church...
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 18

The volume includes historical buildings located in the following towns: Barysz, Bohorodyczyna, Chocimierz, Czernelica, Delawa, Dżurkow, Horodenka, Huta Nowa, Kamionki Wielkie, Koropiec, Korościatyna, Kowalówka, Michalecz, Nowostawce, Obertyna, Porchowa, Potok Złoty, Pużniki, Słobódka Dżuryńska, Soroki, Szwejkowo, Śniatyń, Trybuchowce, Uść Zielony, Werbka, Woronów, Żuków (by Polish names as quoted in the book).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 17

This publication contains monographs of churches, monasteries and Roman Catholic sanctuaries in Białobożnica, Biały Potok, Boryczówka, Budzanów, Byczkowice, Chomiakówka, Chorostków, Czortków, Darachów, Hleszczawa, Horodnica, Iwanówka Trembowelska, Jabłonów, Janów Trembowelski, Kluwińce, Kobyłowłoki, Kociubińce, Kopyczyńce, Krowince, Liczkowce, Ładyczyn, Łoszniów, Majdan, Młyniska, Mogilnica, Myszkowice, nastasów, niżborg Nowy, Ostrowczyk, podhajczyki Justynowe, Rydoduby, Semenowo ...
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 16

This publication brings monographs of 47 Roman Catholic churches, monasteries and chapels in 43 towns in the former Tarnopol deanery: Bajkowce, Baworów, Berezowica Wielka, Biała, Białoskórka, Borki Wielkie, Bucniów, Chmieliska, Chodaczków Wielki, Czernielów Mazowiecki, Czerniszówka, Dołżanka, Draganówka, Grzymałów, Hałuszczyńce, Hłuboczek Wielki, Iławcze, Kaczanówka, Kłodziejówka, Krasne, Kujdańce, Łuka Mała, Magdalówka, Nowosiółka Skałacka, Ostapie, Ostrów, Petryków, Płotycz, Poczapińce, Połupanówka, Rasztowce...
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Churches and Monasteries of the 19th- and 20th-century Lviv. Part I, Vol. 12

The volume comprises 22 monographic descriptions of monuments of religious art. (the palace of the Archbishop and Lviv cemeteries have been excluded from the research). Their architecture represents great variety of style – from early historism to the modern style.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 10

The historical building catalogued in this volume are all located within the boundaries of two pre-war deaneries: the Kąkolnik Deanery and the Dolina Deanery. The buildings described come from various epochs and span a range of artistic merit, which is largely attributed to the fact that the history of each region within the investigated area took a different course.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 9

Volume 9 describes Roman Catholic churches in Antoniówka, Bartatów, Chromohorb, Daszawa, Dawidów, Demna, Feliciental, Kochawin, Krotoszyn, Machaliniec, Mikołajów, Młyńska, Obroszyn, Pustomyty, Rakowiec, Rozdół, Siemianówka, Skole, Stryj, Synowódzk Wyżny, Szczerc, Wołków, Zulin, Podhorce, Żurawno and Żydaczów (the former Szczerzec and Stryj deanery).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 8

This volume is devoted to historic monuments of the Gródek and the out-of-town Lviv deaneries,and also apart of the Żółkiew deanery-in their prewar boundaries. These monuments are mainly religious edifices nine of which have survived intact.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 7

The volume comprises monuments of religious art situated in the area of the Przemysl diocese,within the borders of the Old Republic of Poland and brings to the end the descriptions of the places (the other volumens contain lists of the places and monuments presented).
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 6

Volume 6 of the Materials deals with historic monuments of the Drohobych deanery in its prewar boundaries. In addition to parish churches, this publication also discusses several subsidiary churches and even late chapels on Młynki in Drohobych and in Stara Wieś.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 5

Volume 5 of this series deals with historic monuments of the old Sambor deanery of the Przemyśl diocese in its pre-1991 boundaries. All the towns included in the volume belong to the Sambor deanery as part of the Lviv arch-diocese.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 4

Of the ten historical monuments discussed nine are located in the area of the Lviv archdiocese (Kulików, Podhajce, Biały Kamień, Nadwórna, Mikulińce, Monasterzyska, Gwoździec, Milatyn Nowy, Winniki), while the tenth, the church in Niżankowce lies within the former borders of the Przemyśl diocese.
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Roman Catholic Churches and Monasteries in the Former Rus' Voivodeship. Part I, Vol. 1

This is the first attempt to catalogue monuments of religious art found in the area of the old Polish Republic (now belonging to Lithuania, Byelorussia and Ukraine) and, after almost half a century, to inventory movable monuments now scattered primarily in the west of Poland. The first volume is concerned with the churches in Buczacz, Hodowica, Lvov, Nawaria, Olesko and Podhorce.
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