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The Pilgrimage monument as Space in Eastern Mediterranean, The "Egeria" Project
Hadjitryphonos, Evangelia. • S. 31-48

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The contribution of the Roman Empire to the growth of the ancient monasticism of the East
Christodoulou, George. • S. 49-64

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From idea to implementation: Observations on the management of cultural projects
Nikiforou, EleniDova, Eve. • S. 65-71

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New technologies in the use of cultural heritage documentation: Egeria Project
Skoulariki, DespoinaKissa, KaterinaZygomalas, Dimitrios. • S. 72-87

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Medieval relics in the perspective of the 21st Century
Sinigalia, Tereza. • S. 88-103

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Pilgrimages in the eastern Mediterranean: The evidence of relics in the Egeria Project
Kalomoirakis, Dimitris. • S. 104-106

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The Pilgrims' way through medieval Italy towards the Mediterranean was more than the mere Route
Szabó, Thomas. • S. 107-118

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Makingfor the Holy Places (7th - 10th centuries): The Sea-Routes
Kislinger, Ewald. • S. 119-124

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Overland Balkan routes in the middle ages. Summary, with a special focus on cultural-political implications
Vanni, Fabrizio. • S. 125-144

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Georgian pilgrimage routes and sites
Didebulidze, Mariam. • S. 145-155

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The circulation of Greek pilgrimage manuals in the sixteenth Century and their historiographic context
Sakel, Dean. • S. 156-158

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"There went into the ehest...": Introductory observations on the financial mechanisms of pilgrimage sites in Palestine (17th Century)
Chrysochoidis, Kriton. • S. 159

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Serbia and the Holy Land front the 12th to the 15th Century
Miljkovic, Bojan. • S. 160-165

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The history of pilgrimages to Mount Athos. An initial approach
Tavlakis, Ioannis. • S. 166-170

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From Greek southern Italy to Jerusalem: Monks, saints and pilgrims
Re, Mario. • S. 171-178

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The Mandylion over the Gate. A mental pilgrimage to the holy city of Edessa
Lidov, Aleksej Michajlovic. • S. 179-192

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The monastery of Decani: Sacred Space and the centre of pilgrimage
Marjanovic-Dušanic, Smilja. • S. 193-201

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Pilgrimage to Sinai. The evidence of icons displaying donor portraits and I or dedicatory inscriptions
Kalopissi-Verti, Sophia. • S. 202-

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Someforms of Christian Art in Syria of the 11th and 13th Century AD
Zayat, Elias. • S. 203-214

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Paying devotions to the Holy Hermit. The shrine of St Prochorus of Pdinja
Popovic, Danica. • S. 215-226

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The church and tomb of Aghios Athanasios Pentaschoinitis: An significant place of pilgrimage on Cyprus
Philotheou, Georgios. • S. 227-242

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Moses honoured as patron of the monastery of Sinai
Fyssas, Nikolaos. • S. 243-255

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Aghios Ioannis Xenos and his cult
Andrianakis, Michalis. • S. 256-268

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The icon of the two saints Simeon the Stylites, the Eider (d. 459) and the Younger (d. 592)
Hadjar, Abdallah. • S. 269-280

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Examples of successive religious cults on Cos (ancient funerary monuments and Christian worship)
Brouskari, Ersi. • S. 281-289

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The Mountain of Cells
Nikonanos, Nikolaos. • S. 290-295

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The Balamand monastery and the monasteries el-Kurah region
Slim, Souad. • S. 296-308

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A Locus Sanctus in Bulgaria: The Monastery of St John of Rila and its sacred topography
Bakalova, ElkaLazarova, Anna. • S. 309-330

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Pilgrimage churches as ecclesiastical centres and places of worship
Karagianni, Flora. • S. 331-340

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Pilgrimage to South Sinai: Biblical traditions and the veneration of saints in the environment of the Sinai monastic Community
Foukaneli, Georgia. • S. 341-347

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The question of 13th Century art production at Saint Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai. The contribution of the pilgrimage movement
Panagiotide, Maria. • S. 348

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Pilgrims and pilgrimage to Jerusalem and Hebron during the early Muslim period
Elad, Amikam. • S. 349-359

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The cult of John the Baptist amongst Muslims and Christians in Early Islamic Syria
Khalek, Nancy A.. • S. 360-366

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The pilgrims' Xenodocheion at Philippi
Bakirtzis, Charalambos. • S. 367-371

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The historical church of Saint George in Izraa, Hauran
Saybaa, Loulou. • S. 372-379

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The Omayyad Mosque in Damascus. Development of its architecture and its place in the old city of Damascus
Rajab, Luna. • S. 380-392

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Greek, Byzantine and Latin architectural influences in Sicily
Filangieri del Pino, Camillo. • S. 393-402

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The Basilica of the Forty Martyrs, Albania: pilgrimage church of the early Christian period
Vitaliotis, Ioannis. • S. 403-416

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Nea Moni, Chios: Cultural landmark and enduring place of pilgrimage in the Northeast Aegean. The restoration of the Catholicon
Christofidou, Athina. • S. 417-429

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Restoration of the dominican church of St Peter in Herakleion, Crete
Delinikola, EffieKalomoirakis, DimitrisChronaki, Dafne. • S. 430-440

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The restoration of the Church of Golgotha in the Holy Sepulchre Church and the authenticity of the site of the Crucifixion
Mitropoulos, Theodosios. • S. 441-458

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St George-Homera. "A historical place that makes history a living reality"
Al-Laham, Samer. • S. 459-465

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The crypt of the original sin: Restoration of a characteristic rupestrian site in Matera
Acito, VincenzoRagone, Vincenzo. • S. 466-468

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Rotte tenestri balkaniche nel medioevo. Riassunto, con accentuazione dei risvolti dipolitica culturale
Vanni, Fabrizio. • S. 477-487

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Dall'Italia meridionale Greca a Gerusalemme: monaci, santi, pellegrini
Re, Mario. • S. 491-492

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In Sicilia suggestioni di architettura tra Greci, Bizantini e Latini
Filangieri del Pino, Camillo. • S. 520-521