Annals of Putna

XV, 2019, 1

„XV, 2019, 1”

Ștefan Andreescu
The Imperial Idea in the Romanian Principalities. Other Points of View

Voica Maria Pușcașu
Between Dniester and Prut in the 15th Century. Thoughts of an Archaeologist

Liviu Cîmpeanu
The Campaigns of Stephen Báthory, the Captain of Matthias Corvinus, in Moldavia and Wallachia, in the Summer-Fall of 1476

Liviu Pilat
Stephen the Great, Mesih Pasha, the “Revolt” of Mucha and the Preliminaries of the Moldavian-Polish War

Maria Magdalena Székely, Ștefan S. Gorovei
Le miroir du pouvoir. Le règne d’Étienne le Grand et la Cronica breviter scripta

Ovidiu Cristea
Moldavia’s Tribute at the End of Stephen the Great’s Reign: the Testimony of Marino Sanudo “the Younger”

Mihai Anatolii Ciobanu
Ivan Ivanovich the Young, the Son-in-Law of Stephen the Great

Lidia Cotovanu
An Epitrachelion with the Portrait of Stephen the Great Discovered in the Collection of the Byzantine and Christian Museum from Athens

Vlad Bedros
Remarks on Trinitarian Iconographies in the Mural Painting from Moldavia (15th–16th Centuries)

Ovidiu Cristea
For a Critical Edition of Stephen the Great’s Letter to the Christendom. Remarks on the List of Ottoman Commanders

Alexandru Pascal
Two Putna Monastery Manuscripts from the 17th Century in the Collections of the Russian State Library from Moscow

Ierodiacon Avraam Bugu
Monk Paphnutius, Precentor and Calligrapher of Putna Monastery

Ioan-Augustin Guriță
A Forgotten Monk from Putna: Bishop Anthony of Roman (I)

Olivia Senciuc
The 1881–1890 Register for the Food and Money of the Monks from Putna Monastery

Mihai-Bogdan Atanasiu
A “Forgotten” Oeuvre: The Documents of the Monasteries from Bukovina by Teodor Balan

Mircea-Cristian Ghenghea
The Flag of Stephen the Great from Zographou Monastery. French Echoes and Romanian Significations in the Context of 1917–1918

The present issue includes the lectures given at the 21st edition of the Putna Colloquia, hosted by the Putna Monastery between the 11th and the 15th of July, 2018.

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