Скитский устав в монастырской книжности XIV–XV в.
Author(s): Elena V. Belyakova
The Skete Typikon in the Monastic Literature of the 14th–15th Centuries
Subject(s): Language studies, Language and Literature Studies
Published by: Кирило-Методиевски научен център при Българска академия на науките
Keywords: Skete Typikon; Augmented Psalter; Pseudozonar; Gregory Sinait; Romil Vidinsky; monastery libraries; migration of texts; second South Slavic influence; abbots.
Summary/Abstract: The article discusses the distribution of the Skete Typikon in the composition of the monastery libraries. Based on the study of more than 20 copies of the XIV–XV centuries, the author traces the migration routes of the Skete Typikon from Athos to Solovki. Particular attention is paid to the combination of the Skete Typikon and the chapters of the Pseudo-Zonare, as well as the entry of the text into Augmented Psalter. The dissemination of the Skete Typikon testifies to the special role of the abbots who ordered the writing of the charter for the monastery libraries.
- Issue Year: 2022
- Issue No: 32
- Page Range: 281-302
- Page Count: 22
- Language: Russian