Putna Colloquia

3rd Edition


July 9–11, 2006, Putna Monastery

Sunday, July 9, 2006

Voica Maria Pușcașu

Some Not Quite Accidental Parallelisms


Paraschiva-Victoria Batariuc

Ceramica de uz comun, smălțuită și decorată, descoperită la Mănăstirea Putna


Bogdan-Petru Maleon

Lay Priests and the Great Moldavian Monasteries in the 15th Century. Case Study: The Putna Monastery


Mihai-Bogdan Atanasiu

Ilie Cantacuzino, the Founder of the Church from the Putna Hermitage (Sihăstria Putnei)


Ștefan S. Gorovei

The Last Sponsors of the Buga Bell from the Putna Monastery (1818)


Monday, July 10, 2006

Sfințirea bisericii cu hramul Sfântul Ștefan cel Mare de pe dealul Sion și Sfânta Liturghie a Sfântului Ioan Gură de Aur oficiată de IPS Pimen


Ieromonah Dosoftei Dijmărescu

Hegumens of the Putna Monastery in the 18–20th Centuries. Portraits and Graves


Olimpia Mitric

Pomelnicele Putnei


Ștefan S. Gorovei

A Hieromonk from Putna at the Bucharest Metropolitanate (1676–1677)


Petre Ș. Năsturel

Așa-zisa „cruce bizantină” de la Putna


Lucian-Valeriu Lefter

Eulogius the Teacher and His Son, George, Translators and Scribes for the Putna Monastery


Tudor-Radu Tiron

An Old Treasure of the Holy Monastery of Putna. Notes on the Use of Monograms and “Geometric Symbols” in the Romanian Medieval Emblems and Heraldry


Maria Magdalena Székely

Scattered Manuscripts from the Scriptorium and the Library of the Putna Monastery


Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Monah Alexie Cojocaru

The Guest Books of the Putna Monastery. Between History and Eternity


Liviu Papuc

Pilgrimages to Putna between the Two World Wars (1918–1925) – a Means for Strengthening the National Unity. Echoes from the Press


Anghel Popa

Serbările de la Putna


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