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Title: Omitting regulations on alienation, repentance, lament and contemplation in the final lessons of the first chapter of St. Sava’s Studenica Typikon
Authors: Rakicevic, Tihon, Arhimandrit
Andjelkovic, Maja
Stojanovic, Aleksandar
Journal: Zbornik radova Vizantoloskog instituta
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: St. Sava wrote the benefactor’s hagiography of St. Simeon as the first chapter (letter) of the Studenica Typikon. He used Theodore the Studite’s The Small Catechesis 56 as the epilogue of biography which is according to the established rule read during the Great Lent. The comparative analysis of the epilogue of hagiography and Theodore the Studite’s The Small Catechesis 56 determined that St. Sava left out specific rules directly concerning significant aspects of monastic spirituality. In the study we analyze reasons for leaving out these rules respected by the entire Eastern monasticism and adaptation of the text taken out from The Small Catechesis 56 to a specific place within the hagiography.
Type: article
DOI: 10.2298/ZRVI1855179R
ISSN: 0584-9888
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