New Journal: Analekta Stagon kai Meteoron – Analecta Stagorum et Meteororum 1 (2022)

The first issue of the new journal “Analekta Stagon kai Meteoron/Analecta Stagorum et Meteororum” was recently published and is available now. An initiative of the Diocesan Academy of the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Stagoi and Meteora, the journal seeks to present and illuminate various unknown or little known aspects of the historical and material heritage of the local Church, the Meteora monasteries and, by extension, north-west Thessaly as a whole. The inaugural issue is bilingual and printed in full colour.

Analekta Stagon kai Meteoron – Analecta Stagorum et Meteororum 1 (2022), ISSN: 2944-9022, 430 p., 30 €

  1. ΣΥΜΕΩΝ ΟΥΡΕΣΗΣ ΠΑΛΑΙΟΛΟΓΟΣ, ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΡΑΣ ΤΩΝ ΤΡΙΚΑΛΩΝ
    Brendan Osswald
  2. THESSALY UNDER THE SERBS (1348 – c. 1373)
    Maja Nikolić
  3. ΠΡΟΣΩΠΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΠΟΙ ΣΤΟΝ ΒΙΟ ΤΩΝ ΟΣΙΩΝ ΝΕΚΤΑΡΙΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΘΕΟΦΑΝΟΥΣ ΤΩΝ ΑΨΑΡΑΔΩΝ
    Demetrios Agoritsas
  4. THE MONASTERIES OF METEORA DURING THE OTTOMAN PERIOD AND THE PRACTICE OF MONASTIC CONFINEMENT
    Elif Bayraktar Tellan
  5. ΒΗΜΟΘΥΡΟ ΣΤΗ ΜΟΝΗ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥ ΜΕΤΕΩΡΟΥ ΑΠΟΔΙΔΟΜΕΝΟ ΣΤΟΝ ΘΕΟΦΑΝΗ ΤΟΝ ΚΡΗΤΑ
    Paraskevi Papademetriou
  6. THE ARTISTIC ACTIVITY OF THEOPHANES ΤΗΕ CRETAN IN WESTERN THESSALY AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE “CRETAN SCHOOL” OF PAINTING IN OTTOMAN GREECE
    Konstantinos M. Vapheiades
  7. RECREATING A SOCIETY’S MATERIAL CULTURE: TEXTILES IN THE TRIKKE CODEX EBE 1471
    Nikolaos Vryzidis
  8. ‘FROM THE ORTHODOX MEGALOPOLIS OF MOSCOVY OF GREAT RUSSIA’: RUSSIAN HEIRLOOMS FROM THE MONASTERY OF TATARNA, SIXTEENTH -SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES
    Yuliana Boycheva (with an appendix by Daria Resh)
  9. Η ΕΠΙΚΡΙΤΙΚΗ ΣΤΑΣΗ ΕΝΑΝΤΙ ΜΟΣΧΟΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΩΝ ΕΚΔΟΣΕΩΝ ΠΕΡΙ ΑΓΙΩΝ ΤΗΣ ΘΕΣΣΑΛΙΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΚΟΡΥΔΑΛΙΚΗΣ ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΟΓΡΑΦΙΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΡΗΤΟΡΙΚΗΣ ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ 18º ΑΙΩΝΑ
    Elias Tempelis

The journal will be distributed by Tsigaridas Books (orders@tsigaridasbooks.gr). To find out more, click here: https://independent.academia.edu/AnalectaStagorumetMeteororum

Published by Blair Apgar

Blair (they/them) recently completed their PhD in History of Art at the University of York with Hanna Vorholt and Amanda Lillie. Their thesis focused on the role of Matilda of Canossa in the sociopolitical development of the Investiture Controversy, and its relationship to Matilda’s material patronage. As an early career researcher, their work aims to unpack the historiographic construction of powerful medieval women’s legacies. They are also interested in the representation of the Middle Ages in modern media.

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