Annals of Putna

IX, 2013, 1

„IX, 2013, 1”

Ștefan S. Gorovei
Trois investigateurs de l’histoire d’Étienne le Grand

Marian Coman, Ovidiu Cristea
A Lost Letter. Stephen the Great and the Wallachian Border Boyars

Liviu Pilat
The Mission of Jan Ossolinski and Lower Moldavia at the End of the Reign of Stephen the Great

Lucian-Valeriu Lefter, Tudor-Radu Tiron
The Boyars of Stephen the Great. Genealogical Connections and Heraldic Inheritance

Marius Diaconescu
Contributions to the Dating of the Donation of Ciceu and Cetatea de Baltă to Stephen the Great

Ștefan Andreescu
Stephen “the Old” in the Chronicle of Giacomo di Pietro Luccari

Ovidiu Cristea
Stephen the Great’s Commemoration in 1954 in Some Documents of Romanian Labourers Party

Jonathan Eagles
Ștefan cel Mare and Nationalism: The Prince as an Ethnosymbol

Maria Magdalena Székely
Étienne le Grand et le monastère de Bistrița

Mihai-Bogdan Atanasiu
A Putna Monk from Lower Moldavia: Dionisie Hudici

Ioan-Augustin Guriță
Metropolitan Gavriil Callimachi and the Putna Monastery

Monah Alexie Cojocaru
The Hegumens of the Putna Monastery. Several Contributions

Liviu Papuc
Archimandrite Teofil Patraș – Portrait en miettes

Monah Iustin Taban
Eighteen Years of Life in Putna’s Archive Documents (1900–1918)

Monah Ieremia Berbec
Archbishop Victorin Ursache of America (1912–2001)

Arhimandrit Melchisedec Velnic
The Consequences of the 410/1959 Decree Regarding Monastic Life on the Monasteries from the Suceava Region

Margarita Kuyumdzhieva
Some Notes on Moses as a Biblical Model of Leadership and Moses’ Vita in the Frescoes of the Sucevița Monastery

Adrian Andrei Rusu
A Stove Tile from Baia and its Complicated Decorative Messages

Nagy Pienaru
The Ottoman Chronicle “Tarih-i Sultan Bayezid”

Ștefan S. Gorovei
Légendes, mythes et fables dans l’histoire du Monastère de Poutna

The present issue includes lectures given at the 12th edition of the Putna Colloquia, organized at the Putna Monastery between the 11th and the 14th of July, 2012.

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