Τρίτη 19 Ιουλίου 2022

Живковић Милош, Триптих из манастира Свете Катарине на Синају / Živković Miloš, Triptych from Saint Catherine’s Monastery at Sinai – an Unknown Work of Old Serbian Icon Painting

 













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Živković Miloš
Triptych from Saint Catherine's Monastery at Sinai - an unknown work of old Serbian Icon Painting

Relations between Serbia and the famous monastery аn Sinai, which was ded- icated to the Mother of God since its founding in the 6th century, and to St. Cather- ine from the end of the 15th or the beginning of the 16th century, were continuous and very intensive during the Middle Ages. One important aspect of

Κουρούσης Σταύρος, Όσιος Ησύχιος ο Σιναΐτης, ηγούμενος της μονής Υπεραγίας Θεοτόκου της Βάτου











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Πέμπτη 7 Ιουλίου 2022

Јањић Драгана – Јанићијевић Горан, Синаити – монашке заједнице у средњовековној Србији / Janjić Dragana J. – Janićijević Goran M., Sinaites - monastic communities in medieval Serbia














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Janjić Dragana J. – Janićijević Goran M., Sinaites - monastic communities in medieval Serbia

The more widely comprehended term of hesychasm became a generally accepted principle and starting point, and the representatives of this current resolutely embarked on reforms of both national culture (literature - Jevtimije Trnovski) and church life (liturgical reforms of Philoteus Kokinos). It can therefore be considered that the "hesychastic renaissance" of the ancient church tradition took place "on the wings of Sinaitic heritage" until the reign of despot Stefan Lazarević in the Serbian territory. 

Проловић Јадранка, Илуминиранo српскo Четворојеванђеље са Синаја (Cod. Sinait. slav. 1) / Prolović Jadranka, The Illuminated Serbian Gospel of Sinai (Cod. Sinait. slav. 1)














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Prolović Jadranka, The Illuminated Serbian Gospel of Sinai (Cod. Sinait. slav. 1)

The illuminated Serbian Gospel (Cod. sinait. slav. 1) — a parchment manuscript decorated with miniatures and initials, and kept in the Monastery St. Catharine’s at Sinai — has gone almost unnoticed. Of the four miniatures of

Станковић Влада, Краљ Милутин и Синај / Stanković Vlada, King Milutin and Sinai

 















Stanković Vlada, 
King Milutin and Sinai

Serbian Archbishop Danilo II (1324–1337), the writer of the Life of St. King Milutin, his patron, has

Митровић Катарина, Краљица Јелена и Синајска Гора / Mitrović Katarina, Queen Helen and Mount Sinai














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Mitrović Katarina, Queen Helen and Mount Sinai

In one of his lectures given at the University of Belgrade in February 1925, Tihomir R. Đorđević pointed out that the Serbian Queen Helen, with her sons, kings Dragutin and Milutin, had richly

Јечменица Дејан, Срби и Богородица Синајска у XIII и XIV веку / Ječmenica Dejan, Serbs and the Mount Sinai Monastery in the XIII and XIV centuries















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Ječmenica Dejan, 
Serbs and the Mount Sinai Monastery in the XIII and XIV centuries

The Mount Sinai Monastery has been built at the place where, according to the Bible, God appeared before Moses. It is considered one of the Christian's most sacred places. Since the age of Serbian Archbishop Sava I, we can trace relations between

Турилов Анатолий, Сербские тексты XIII – XIV вв. в синайских рукописях несербского происхождения / Turilov Anatoly, Serbian texts of the XIII – XIV centuries in the Sinai Manuscripts of non-Serbian origin














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Turilov Anatoly, 
Serbian texts of the XIII – XIV centuries in the Sinai Manuscripts of non-Serbian origin

The article is devoted to a little-studied issue – Serbian texs of the 13th and 14th centuries in non-Serbian (Russian and Bulgarian) manuscripts kept in the library of the Sinai Monastery, and in the 19th century found themselves in the Imperial Public Library in St. Petersburg. The first of them (prayer of

Бојовић Драгиша, Савин силазак са Горе или: Доментијаново синајско огледало / Bojović Dragiša, Sava's descent from the Mount or: Domentian's Sinai mirror














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Bojović Dragiša, 
Sava's descent from the Mount or: Domentian's Sinai mirror

The paper discusses St. Sava's trip to Mount Sinai, which he visited during his second travel to the Holy Land. Particular attention is paid to the symbolism of Sava's descent from the Mount, and to the ideas pointed out in Domentian's Praise of St. Sava, which has a specific function in both "The Life of St. Sava" and the aforementioned work. The description and praise are also considered as part of the idea of "the new Israel", which was not new in Serbian medieval literature, but would be given the strongest emphasis precisely by Domentian. The final part of the paper stresses the importance of a Theotokological and Christological framework for the description of Sava's stay on Mount Sinai. 

Марјоновић Драгољуб, Прилог проучавању структуре и значаја Доментијановог описа поклоништва Светог Саве на Синају 1234. године / Marjanović Dragoljub, A contribution to the study of the structure and significance of Domentijan's account of St. Sava's pilgrimage to mt. Sinai in the year 1234














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Marjanović Dragoljub, 
A contribution to the study of the structure and significance of Domentijan's account of St. Sava's pilgrimage to mt. Sinai in the year 1234

In this paper we aim to present that the narrative about St. Sava's pilgrimage to Mt. Sinai which the

Савић Виктор, Српски међу словенским рукописима у манастиру Свете Катарине на Синају (XI–XII век) / Savić Viktor, The Serbian Manuscripts in the Corpus of Slavic Manuscripts at Saint Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai (11th–12th Centuries














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Savić Viktor, The Serbian Manuscripts in the Corpus of Slavic Manuscripts at Saint Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai (11th–12th Centuries

Saint Catherine’s monastery on Mount Sinai holds a collection of about 4,500 ancient manuscripts in various languages, including more than 80 Slavic manuscripts. Half of the Slavic manuscripts were

Τετάρτη 29 Ιουνίου 2022

Lidova Maria, The Artist’s Signature in Byzantium. Six Icons by Ioannes Tohabi in Sinai Monastery (11th-12th century)












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This article examines a set of six icons preserved at the monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai, Egypt. Four of the panels are calendar icons. The fifth depicts the

Lidova Maria, Martyrs, Prophets, Monks. Calendar Icons in the Collection of St Catherine’s Monastery at Sinai (11th-12th centuries)












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The author discusses four groups of Byzantine calendar icons kept in the collection of St Catherine’s monastery at Mt Sinai, each differing from the others according to format, number of panels, and in its

Φραγκούλη Αργίνη, Η Σιναία Σχολή της Αγίας Αικατερίνης στο Χάνδακα















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