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Byzantine Monastic Foundation Documents:


A Complete Translation of the Surviving Founders’ Typika and Testaments

edited by John Thomas and Angela Constantinides Hero

with the assistance of Giles Constable

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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

General Bibliography
I General Typika
II Byzantine Church
III Byzantine Monasticism
IV Byzantine Monks
V Earlier Monastic Rules
VI Egyptian Monasticism
VII Basilian Monasticism
VIII Syro-Palestinian Monasticism
IX Early Ascetic Fathers
X Early Constantinopolitan Monasticism
XI Italo-Greek Monasticism
XII Byzantine Monasticism and the West
XIII Byzantine Monasticism and the Slavs
XIV Foundation and Governance
XV Patronage
XVI Monastic Property
XVII Philanthropy
XVIII External Relations
XIX Revenues
XX Monasticism in the Provinces
XXI Women in Byzantine Monasticism
XXII Spirituality
XXIII Liturgy
XXIV Monasticism and the Charistike
XXV Monasticism and Ecclesiastical Reform
XXVI Monastic Architecture and Furnishings
XXVII Daily Life
A. Manual Labor and Crafts
B. Diet
C. Dress
D. Hygiene
XXVIII Books and Libraries
XXIX Lexicographical Studies
XXX Reference

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I General Typika
Allatius, Leo. De libris et rebus ecclesiasticis graecorum (Paris, 1646).
Bezobrazov, P. “Materiali dlya istorii vizantiiskoi imperii: I. Ne izdannie monastirskie ustav,”
ZMNP 254 (1887), 65–78; rev. Ed. Kurtz, BZ 2 (1893), 627–31.
Dmitrievsky, Aleksei. Opisanie liturgicheskikh rykopisei, vol. 1: Typika (Kiev, 1895); vol. 2:
Euchologia (Kiev, 1901); vol. 3: Typika (Petrograd, 1917).
Galatariotou, Catia. “Byzantine Ktetorika Typika: A Comparative Study,” REB 45 (1987), 77–
138.
Janin, R. “Le monachisme byzantin au Moyen Age. Commende et typica (Xe–XIVe siècle),” REB
22 (1964), 5–44.
Konidares, Ioannes M. Nomike theorese ton monasteriakon typikon (Athens, 1984).
MacCoull, L. S. B. “Typos in Coptic Legal Papyri,” ZSR 106, k. a. 75 (1989), 408–11.
Manaphes, Konstantinos A. Monasteriaka typika-diathekai (Athens, 1970).
Mansvetov, Ivan. Tserkovnii ustav (Moscow, 1885).
Meester, Placide de. “Les typiques de fondation (Typika ktetorika),” SBN 6 (1940), 496–508.
Nesbitt, J., and Wiita, J. “A Confraternity of the Comnenian Era,” BZ 86 (1975), 360–84.
Talbot, Alice-Mary. “Typikon, Monastic,” ODB, p. 2132.
Thiermeyer, Abraham-Andreas. “Das Typikon-Ktetorikon und sein literarhistorischer Kontext,”
OCP 58 (1992), 475–513.
Steinwenter, Artur. “Byzantinische Mönchstestamente,” Aegyptus 12 (1932), 55–64.
Zielinski, Th. “Projet de la création d’un ‘Corpus scriptorum juris graecoromani tam canonici
quam civilis,’” SBN 5 (1939), 735–40.

II Byzantine Church
Beck, Hans-Georg. Geschichte der orthodoxen Kirche im byzantinischen Reich (Göttingen, 1980),
esp. IV. 4: Das Klosterwesen, pp. 134–38.
———. Kirche und theologische Literatur im byzantinischen Reich (Munich, 1959).
Herman, Emil. “The Secular Church,” in Cambridge Medieval History, vol. 4, 2nd ed., pt. 2 (Cam-
bridge, 1966), pp. 104–33, 425–32.
Hussey, Joan. Church and Learning in the Byzantine Empire (London, 1937).
———. The Orthodox Church in the Byzantine Empire (Oxford, 1986).
Janin, R. La géographie ecclésiastique de l’empire byzantin, pt. 1: La siège de Constantinople et
le patriarcat oecuménique; vol. 2: Les églises et les monastères des grands centres byzantins
(Paris, 1975); vol. 3: Les églises et les monastères [de Constantinople], 2nd ed. (Paris, 1969).
Majeska, George. Russian Travelers to Constantinople in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
(Washington, D.C., 1984).
Morris, Rosemary, ed. Church and People in Byzantium (Birmingham, 1990).
Thomas, John Philip. Private Religious Foundations in the Byzantine Empire (Washington, D.C.,
1987).

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III Byzantine Monasticism


Bryer, Anthony. “The Late Byzantine Monastery in Town and Countryside,” SCH 16 (1979), 219–
41.
Darrouzès, Jean. “Le mouvement des fondations monastiques au XIe siècle,” T&M 6 (1976), 159–
76.
Delehaye, Hippolyte. “Byzantine Monasticism,” in Byzantium: An Introduction to East Roman
Civilization, ed. Norman H. Baynes and H. St. L. B. Moss (Oxford, 1948), pp. 136–65.
Failler, Albert. “Le monachisme byzantin aux XIe–XIIe siècles. Aspects sociaux et économiques,”
Cahiers d’histoire 20 (1975), 279–302.
Guilland, Rodolphe. “Remarques sur la vie monastique à Byzance,” EEBS 30 (1960), 39–53.
Herman, Emil. “Ricerche sulle istituzioni monastiche bizantine. Typika ktetorika, caristicari e
monasteri ‘liberi,’” OCP 6 (1940), 293–375.
Hussey, Joan. “Byzantine Monasticism,” in Cambridge Medieval History, vol. 4, 2nd ed., pt. 2
(Cambridge, 1966), pp. 161–84, 439–43.
Kazhdan, Alexander. “Vizantiiskii monastir XI–XIIvv. kak sotsialnaya gruppa,” VV 31 (1971),
48–70.
Leroy, Jules. “Monachisme oriental aux Xe–XIIIe siècles,” Cahiers d’histoire 20 (1975), 303–31.
Marin, Eugène. Les moines de Constantinople depuis de la fondation de la ville jusqu’à la mort de
Photius (Paris, 1897).
Mullett, Margaret, and Kirby, Anthony, eds. The Theotokos Evergetis and Eleventh-Century Mo-
nasticism (Belfast, 1994).
Oikonomidès, Nicolas. “Monastères et moines lors de la conquête ottomane,” SF 35 (1976), 1–10.
Papachryssanthou, Denise. “La vie monastique dans les campagnes byzantines du VIIIe au XIe
siècles,” Byzantion 43 (1973), 158–80.
Papadakis, Aristeides. “Byzantine Monasticism Reconsidered,” Byzantinoslavica 47 (1986), 34–
46.
Pargoire, Jules. “Le début du monachisme à Constantinople,” RQH 65 (1899), 67–143.
———. “Les monastères doubles chez les Byzantins,” EO 9 (1912), 21–25.
Rousseau, Olivier. “Le rôle important du monachisme dans l’Église d’Orient,” OCA 153 (1958),
33–55.
Salaville, Sévérien. “La vie monastique grecque au début du XIVe siècle d’après un discours
inédit de Théolepte de Philadelphie,” EB 2 (1944), 119–25.
Savramis, Demosthenes. Zur Soziologie des byzantinischen Mönchtums (Leiden-Köln, 1962).
Sokolov, Ivan I. Sostoyanie monashestva v vizantiiskoi tserkvoi s poloviny IX do nachala XIII
veka (842–1204) (Kazan, 1984).
Talbot, Alice-Mary. “The Byzantine Family and the Monastery,” DOP 44 (1990), 119–29.
———. “An Introduction to Byzantine Monasticism,” ICS 12 (1987), 229–41.

IV Byzantine Monks
Besse, Jean-Martial. Les Moines d’Orient antérieurs au concile de Chalcédoine (Paris, 1900).
Bréhier, Louis. “Les populations rurales au IXe siècle d’après l’hagiographie byzantine,” Byzantion
1 (1924), 177–90.

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Browning, Robert. “The ‘Low Level’ Saint’s Life in the Early Byzantine World,” in The Byzantine
Saint, ed. Sergei Hackel (London, 1981), pp. 117–27.
Charanis, Peter. “The Monk as an Element of Byzantine Society,” DOP 25 (1971), 61–84.
Congourdeau, Marie-Hélène. “Un procès d’avortement à Constantinople au 14e siècle,” REB 40
(1982), 103–15.
Graniç, B. “Die privatrechtliche Stellung der griechischen Mönche im V. und VI. Jahrhundert,”
BZ 30 (1929–30), 669–76.
Herman, Emil. “Die Regelung der Armut in den byzantinischen Klöstern,” OCP 7 (1941), 406–
60.
———. “La ‘stabilitas loci’ nel monachismo bizantino,” OCP 21 (1955), 115–42.
Horden, Peregrine. “The Death of Ascetics: Sickness and Monasticism in the Early Byzantine
Middle East,” SCH 22 (1985), 41–52.
Jeanselme, Edouard, and Oeconomos, Lysimaque. “La Satire contre les Higoumènes,” Byzantion
1 (1924), 317–39.
Joakeim Iberites. “Ek tou archeiou tes en hagio orei hieras mones ton Iberon,” Orthodoxia 6
(1931), 364–71.
Magdalino, Paul. “The Byzantine Holy Man in the Twelfth Century,” in The Byzantine Saint, ed.
Sergei Hackel (London, 1981), pp. 51–66.
Morris, Rosemary. “The Political Saint of the Eleventh Century,” in The Byzantine Saint, ed.
Sergei Hackel (London, 1981), pp. 43–50.
Nicol, Donald M. “Instabilitas Loci: The Wanderlust of Late Byzantine Monks,” SCH 22 (1985),
193–202.
Patlagean, Evelyne. “Sainteté et Pouvoir,” in The Byzantine Saint, ed. Sergei Hackel (London,
1981), pp. 88–105.
Ringrose, Kathryn. “Monks and Society in Iconoclastic Byzantium,” BS/EB 6 (1979), 130–51.
Wawryk, Michaël. Initiatio monastica in liturgia byzantina (Rome, 1968).

V Earlier Monastic Rules


Keil, V. “Zur Form der Regel des Schenute,” Göttinger Miszellen 30 (1978), 39–44.
Vogüé, Adalbert de. Les règles monastiques anciennes (400–700) (Turnhout, 1985), with a list of
early rules, pp. 53–60.

VI Egyptian Monasticism
Bacht, Heinrich. “Antonius und Pachomius. Von der Anachorese zum Cönobitentum,” in Antonius
Magnus Eremita, ed. Basilius Steidle (Rome, 1956), pp. 66–107.
———. “L’importance de l’idéal monastique de s. Pacôme pour l’histoire du monachisme chrétien,”
RAM 26 (1950), 308–26.
———. “Pakhôme et ses disciples (IVe siècle),” in Théologie de la vie monastique (Paris, 1961),
pp. 39–71.
———. Das Vermächtnis des Ursprungs: Studien zum frühen Mönchtum, vol. 2: Pachomios. Der
Mann und sein Werk (Würzburg, 1983).
Barison, Paola. “Ricerche sui monasteri dell’Egitto bizantino ed arabo secondo i documenti dei
papiri greci,” Aegyptus 18 (1938), 29–148.

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Chitty, Derwas. The Desert a City: An Introduction to the Study of Egyptian and Palestinian
Monasticism under the Christian Empire (Oxford, 1966).
Gascou, Jean. “P. Fouad 87: Les monastères pachômiens et l’état byzantin,” BIFAO 76 (1976),
157–84.
Goehring, James. “New Frontiers in Pachomian Studies,” in The Roots of Egyptian Christianity,
ed. Birger Pearson and James Goehring (Philadelphia, 1986), pp. 236–57.
———. Chalcedonian Power Politics and the Demise of Pachomian Monasticism (Claremont,
Calif., 1989).
Ladeuze, Paulin. Etude sur le cénobitisme pakhomien pendant le IVe siècle et la première moitié
du Ve (Louvain-Paris, 1898).
Leipoldt, Joannes. Schenute von Atripe und die Entstehung des national-ägyptischen Christentums
(Leipzig, 1903).
MacCoull, Leslie S. B. “Coptic Documentary Papyri as a Historical Source for Egyptian Chris-
tianity,” in The Roots of Egyptian Christianity, ed. Birger Pearson and James Goehring (Phila-
delphia, 1986), pp. 42–50.
———. “The Apa Apollos Monastery of Pharoon (Aphrodito) and Its Papyrus Archive,” Le Muséon
106 (1993), 21–63.
Nagel, Peter. “Diktion der römischen Kommandosprache in den Praecepta des Pachomius,” ZÄS
101 (1974), 114–20.
Rousseau, Philip. Pachomius: The Making of a Community in Fourth-Century Egypt (Berkeley,
Calif., 1985).
Ruppert, Fidelis. “Arbeit und geistliches Leben im pachomianischen Mönchtum,” OS 24 (1975),
3–14.
———. Das pachomianische Mönchtum und die Anfänge klösterlichen Gehorsams (Münster-
schwarzach, 1971).
Steinwenter, Artur. “Aus dem kirchlichen Vermögensrechte der Papyri,” ZSR 75, k. a. 44 (1958),
1–34.
———. “Die Rechtsstellung der Kirchen und Klöster nach den Papyri,” ZSR 50, k. a. 19 (1930),
1–50.
Timbie, Janet. “The State of Research on the Career of Shenoute of Atripe,” in The Roots of
Egyptian Christianity, ed. Birger Pearson and James Goehring (Philadelphia, 1986), pp. 258–
70.
Wipszycka, Ewa. “Les factions du cirque et les biens ecclésiastiques dans un papyrus égyptien,”
Byzantion 39 (1969), 180–98.
———. Les ressources et les activités économiques des églises en Égypté du IVe au VIIIe siècle
(Brussels, 1972).

VII Basilian Monasticism


Amand de Mendieta, Emanuel. L’ascèse monastique de saint Basile (Maredsous, 1948).
———. “Le système cénobitique basilien comparé au système cénobitique pachômien,” RHR
152 (1957), 31–80.
Bardy, Gustave. “Basile (Règle de saint),” DDC 2 (1937), cols. 218–24.
Chrestu, P. K. Ho Megas Basileios (Thessaloniki, 1978).

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Clarke, W. K. L. St. Basil the Great: A Study in Monasticism (Cambridge, 1913).


Fedwick, J. P. The Church and the Charisma of Leadership in Basil of Caesarea (Toronto, 1979).
Frank, Karl Suso. “Monastische Reform im Altertum. Eustathius von Sebaste und Basilius von
Caesarea,” in Reformatio Ecclesiae: Festgabe für Erwin Iserloh, ed. Remigius Bäumer
(Paderborn, 1980), pp. 35–49.
Gribomont, Jean. “L’Exhortation au renoncement attribuée à saint Basile. Etude d’authenticité,”
OCP 21 (1955), 375–98.
———. Histoire du texte des Ascétiques de saint Basile (Louvain, 1953).
———. “Saint Basile,” in Théologie de la vie monastique (Paris, 1961), pp. 99–113.
Hauschild, Wolf-Dieter. “Basilius von Caesarea (ca. 329–379),” Theologische Realenzyklopädie,
vol. 5 (Berlin, 1980), pp. 301–13.
Humbertclaude, M. La doctrine ascétique de saint Basile de Césarée (Paris, 1932).
Laun, Ferdinand. “Die beiden Regeln des Basilius, ihre Echtheit und Entstehung,” ZKG 44 (1925),
1–61.
Morison, E. F. St. Basil and His Rule: A Study in Early Monasticism (Oxford, 1912).
Murphy, Margaret G. St. Basil and Monasticism (Washington, D.C., 1930).
Pichler, Theodorich. Das Fasten bei Basileios dem Grossen und im antiken Heidentum (Innsbruck,
1955).
Rothenhäusler, Matthäus. “Der hl. Basilius der Grosse und die klösterliche Profess,” BM 4 (1922),
280–89.
Savramis, Demosthenes. “‘Ora et labora’ bei Basilios dem Grossen,” Kyrios 6 (1966), 129–49.
Vogüé, Adalbert de. “The Greater Rules of Saint Basil—A Survey,” Word and Spirit: A Monastic
Review 1 (1979), 49–85.

VIII Syro-Palestinian Monasticism


Griffith, Sidney. Arabic Christianity in the Monasteries of Ninth-Century Palestine (London, 1992).
Leroy, Jules. Moines et monastères du Proche-Orient (Paris, 1957).
Patrich, Joseph. Sabas, Leader of Palestinian Monasticism: A Comparative Study in Eastern Mo-
nasticism, Fourth to Seventh Centuries (Washington, D.C., 1995).
Vailhé, Siméon. “Les monastères de la Palestine,” Bessarione 3 (1897–98), 209–25, 334–56; 4
(1898–99), 193–210.
———. “Les premiers monastères de la Palestine,” Bessarione 3 (1897–98), 39–58.
Vööbus, Arthur. History of Asceticism in the Syrian Orient, 3 vols. ( = CSCO, Subsidia, vols. 14,
17, 81) (Louvain, 1958, 1960, 1988).
———. “Die Rolle der Regeln im syrischen Mönchtum des Altertums,” OCP 24 (1958), 385–92.
———. History of Ascetism in the Syrian Orient, 3 vols. ( = CSCO, Subsidia, vols. 14, 17, 81)
(Louvain, 1958, 1960, 1988).

IX Early Ascetic Fathers


Altenburger, M., and Mann, F. Bibliographie zu Gregor von Nyssa (Leiden, 1988).
Daniélou, Jean. “Saint Grégoire de Nysse dans l’histoire du monachisme,” in Théologie de la vie
monastique (Paris, 1961), pp. 131–41.

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Guy, Jean-Claude. “Les Apophthegmata Patrum,” in Théologie de la vie monastique (Paris, 1961),
pp. 73–83.
Hausherr, Irénée. “La théologie du monachisme chez saint Jean Climaque,” in Théologie de la vie
monastique (Paris, 1961), pp. 385–410.
Leloir, Louis. “Saint Ephrem, moine et pasteur,” in Théologie de la vie monastique (Paris, 1961),
pp. 85–97.
Leroux, Jean-Marie. “Monachisme et communauté chrétienne d’après saint Jean Chrysostome,”
in Théologie de la vie monastique (Paris, 1961), pp. 143–90.
Plagnieux, Jean. “Saint Grégoire de Nazianze,” in Théologie de la vie monastique (Paris, 1961),
pp. 115–30.
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Ruether, R. Gregory of Nazianzus: Rhetor and Philosopher (Oxford, 1969).

X Early Constantinopolitan Monasticism


Dagron, Gilbert. “Les moines et la ville: Le monachisme à Constantinople jusqu’au concile de
Chalcédoine (451),” T&M 4 (1970), 229–76.
von Falkenhausen, Vera. “Monasteri e fondatori di monasteri a Costantinopoli tra Costantino Magno
e Giustiniano I,” Corsi di cultura sull’arte ravennate e bizantina 26 (1979), 151–55.
Pargoire, Jules. “Les débuts du monachisme à Constantinople,” RQH 65 (1899), 67–143.
———. “Un mot sur les acémètes,” EO 2 (1898–99), 304–8, 365–72.
Talbot, Alice-Mary, and Taft, Robert. “Monastery of Akoimetoi,” ODB, p. 46.

XI Italo-Greek Monasticism
Borsari, Silvano. Il monachesimo bizantino nella Sicilia e nell’Italia meridionale prenormanna
(Naples, 1963).
———. “Monasteri bizantini nell’Italia meridionale longobarda (sec. X e XI),” Archivio storico
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Cappelli, Biagio. Il monachesimo basiliano ai confini Calabro-Lucani (Naples, 1961).
von Falkenhausen, Vera. “I monasteri greci dell’Italia meridionale e della Sicilia dopo l’avvento
dei Normanni: continuità e mutamento,” in Il passaggio dal dominio bizantino allo stato
normanno nell’Italia meridionale (Taranto, 1977), pp. 197–219.
———. “Patrimonio e politica patrimoniale dei monasteri greci nella Sicilia normanno-sveva,” in
Basilio di Cesarea. La sua età, la sua opere e il basilianesimo in Sicilia, vol. 2 (Messina,
1983), pp. 777–90.
———. Untersuchungen über die byzantinische Herrschaft in Süditalien vom 9. bis ins 11.
Jahrhundert (Wiesbaden, 1967).
Fonseca, Cosimo Damiano. “La prima generazione normanna e le istituzioni monastiche dell’Italia
meridionale,” in Roberto il Guiscardo e il suo tempo (Rome, 1975), pp. 135–46.
Giovanelli, Germano. “Il tipico archetipo di Grottaferrata,” BBGG, n.s., 3 (1949), 17–30, 98–113.
Giunta, F. “Il monachesimo basiliano nella Sicilia normanna,” in Basilio di Cesarea. La sua età,
la sua opere e il basilianesimo in Sicilia, vol. 2 (Messina, 1983), pp. 709–31.
Guillou, André. “La classe dei monaci-proprietari nell’Italia bizantina (sec. X–XI). Economia e

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Minisci, Teodoro. “I monaci basiliani in Sicilia e in Albania,” BBGG, n.s., 11 (1957), 73–89.
———. “Riflessi studitani nel monachesimo italo-greco,” OCA 153 (1958), 215–33.
———. “I typika liturgici dell’Italia bizantina,” BBGG, n.s., 7 (1953), 97–104.
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RSCI 22 (1968), 146–66.
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Turyn, Alexander. Dated Greek Manuscripts of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries in the
Libraries of Italy, vol. 1 (Urbana, 1972).
White, Lynn Townsend, Jr. Latin Monasticism in Norman Sicily (Cambridge, Mass., 1938).

XII Byzantine Monasticism and the West


Gay, Jules. “L’abbaye de Cluny et Byzance au début du XIIe siècle,” EO 30 (1931), 84–90.
Leclercq, Jean. “Les relations entre le monachisme oriental et le monachisme occidental dans le
haut moyen âge,” in Le Millénaire du Mont Athos, 963–1963, vol. 2 (Chevetogne, 1965), pp.
49–80.
Leroy, Julien. “S. Athanase l’Athonite et la Règle de S. Benoit,” RAM 29 (1953), 108–22.
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59.
McNulty, Patricia, and Hamilton, B. “Orientale lumen et magistra latinitas. Greek Influences on
Western Monasticism (900–1100),” in Le Millénaire du Mont Athos, 963–1963, vol. 2
(Chevetogne, 1965), pp. 181–216.
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Salaville, Sévérien. “Fragment inédit de traduction grecque de la Règle de saint François,” EO 28
(1929), 167–72.
———. “Une version grecque de la règle de Saint Augustin,” Hellenika 4 (1931), 81–110.

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XIII Byzantine Monasticism and the Slavs


Casey, Robert P. “Early Russian Monasticism,” OCP 19 (1953), 372–423.
Çoroviç, V. Spisi Sv. Save (Belgrade, 1928).
Graniç, Branko. “Die Disziplinarstrafbestimmungen des vom hl. Sabbas, dem Erzbischof und
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XIV Foundation and Governance


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Graniç, B. “L’acte de fondation d’un monastère dans les provinces grecques du Bas-Empire au Ve
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———. “Das Klosterwesen in der Novellengesetzgebung Kaiser Leons des Weisen,” BZ 31 (1931),
61–69.
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Hergès, Adolphe. “Élection et déposition des hegoumènes au XIIe siècle,” EO 3 (1899–1900),
40–49.
Herman, Emil. “‘Chiese private’ e diritto di fondazione negli ultimi secoli dell’impero bizantino,”
OCP 12 (1946), 302–21.
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Konidares, Ioannes M. Nomike theorese ton monasteriakon typikon (Athens, 1984).
Meester, Placide de. De monachico statu juxta disciplinam byzantinam (Vatican City, 1942).

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XV Patronage
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XVI Monastic Property


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XVII Philanthropy
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XVIII External Relations


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XIX Revenues
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XX Monasticism in the Provinces


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XXI Women in Byzantine Monasticism


Abrahamse, Dorothy. “Women’s Monasticism in the Middle Byzantine Period: Problems and Pros-
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Anson, J. “The Female Transvestite in Early Monasticism: The Origin and Development of a
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XXII Spirituality
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XXIII Liturgy
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XXIV Monasticism and the Charistike


Ahrweiler, Hélène. “Charisticariat et autres formes d’attribution de fondations pieuses aux Xe–
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XXV Monasticism and Ecclesiastical Reform


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XXVI Monastic Architecture and Furnishings


Babiç, Gordana. Les chapelles annexes des églises byzantines: Fonction liturgique et programme
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XXVII Daily Life

A. Manual Labor and Crafts


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of the Saints,” Byzantinoslavica 37 (1976), 11–35.
Teoteoi, Tudor. “Le travail manuel dans les typika byzantins des XIe–XIIIe siècles,” RESE 17
(1979), 455–62.

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C. Dress
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D. Hygiene
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XXVIII Books and Libraries


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