Nation and church: a synthesis in the fight of the Romanian Bishop Inocențiu Micu
KeywordsMicu, Ioan Inocentiu, Bp. of Blaj, 1692-1768.
Church and state -- Romania.
Transylvania (Romania) -- Church history.
Transylvania (Romania) -- History.
Romania -- History -- 1711-1821.
Romania -- Foreign relations -- Austria.
Austria -- Foreign relations -- Romania.
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