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Collection of Essays  The Sabaite Heritage in the Orthodox Church from the Fifth Century to the Present
Patrich, Joseph [Publ.]. - Leuven (2001)


Descriptors: Europe 5th century Modern era Collections of papers Orthodoxie Patrich, Joseph (1947-)
Language: English
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Content

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The Sabaite heritage: an introductory survey
Patrich, Joseph. • p. 1-27

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Monk and society: the case of Palestine
Di Segni, Leah. • p. 31-36

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"Grazers" (Boskoi) in the Judean desert
Wortley, John T.. • p. 37-48

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Continuità della vita monastica nell'ottavo secolo: S. Stefano Sabaita
Pirone, Bartolomeo. • p. 49-62

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A Spanish source on mid-ninth-century Mar Saba and a neglected Sabaite martyr
Levy-Rubin, Milka. • p. 63-72

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The imprint of Sabaitic monasticism on Byzantine monastic "typika"
Thomas, John. • p. 73-83

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Greek Orthodox and Latin Monasticism around Mar Saba under Crusader Rule
Jotischky, Andrew. • p. 85-96

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Byzantine pilgrimage to the Holy Land from the eighth to the fifteenth century
Talbot, Alice-Mary Maffry. • p. 97-110

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Mar Saba during the Mamluk and Ottoman periods
Frenkel, Yehoshua. • p. 111-116

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Un hagiographe saisi par l'histoire: Cyrille de Scythopolis et la mesure de temps
Flusin, Bernard. • p. 119-126

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The role of scripture in Cyril of Scythopolis' "Lives of the monks of Palestine"
Horst, Pieter Willem van der. • p. 127-145

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The "Life of Theodore of Edess": history, hagiography, and religious apologetics in Mar Saba monastery in early Abbasid times
Griffith, Sidney Harrison. • p. 147-169

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Literary and scribal activities at the monastery of St. Sabas
Peristeris, Aristarchos. • p. 172-194

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Archimedes in Mar Saba: a preliminary notice
Netz, Reviel. • p. 195-199

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Syriac into Greek at Mar Saba: the translation of St. Isaac the Syrian
Brock, Sebastian Paul. • p. 201-208

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La formation et l'influence du "typikon" liturgique de Saint-Sabas
Egender, Nikolaus. • p. 209-216

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Hymnographie et hymnographes Sabaïtes
Hannick, Christian. • p. 217-228

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The Georgian Sabaite (Sabatsminduri) literary school and the Sabatsmindian version of the Georgian "mravaltavi" (polykephalon)
Mgaloblišvili, Tamila. • p. 229-233

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The Sabaite monasteries and the Christological controversies (478-533)
Gray, Patrick Terrell. • p. 237-243

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Palestinian monasticism, the Bible, and theology in the wake of the second Origenist controversy
Perrone, Lorenzo. • p. 245-259

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Pseudo-Dionysius and Palestinian Origenism
Perczel, István. • p. 261-282

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The role of the Judean desert monasteries in the Monothelite controversy in seventh-century Palestine
Levy-Rubin, Milka. • p. 283-300

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John of Damascus and the making of the Byzantine theological synthesis
Louth, Andrew. • p. 301-304

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Les Sabaïtes et l'iconoclasme
Auzépy, Marie-France. • p. 305-314

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Early Christian monasticism in the Holy Land and Archaeology
Tzaferis, Vassilios. • p. 317-321

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The physical structure of the New Laura as an expression of controversy over the monastic lifestyle
Hirschfeld, Yizhar. • p. 323-345

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The veneration of St. Sabas in southern Phoenicia: the evidence of a bronze oil lamp from Khirbet Esh-Shubeika
Avshalom-Gorni, Dina. • p. 347-351

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Palestinian monasticism and political iconography
Kühel, Gustav. • p. 353-362

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Georgian churches dedicated to St. Sabas the Purified
Gagoshidze, George. • p. 363-384

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Sabaite influences on the church of medieval Serbia
Popovic, Svetlana. • p. 385-407

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Les manuscrits grecs enluminés du monastère de Saint-Sabas et leur influence sur la tradition slave: Sabas 248 de la bibliothèque du patriarcat grec de Jérusalem
Džurova, Aksinija D.. • p. 409-429