Trapeza (refectorium)

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Trapeza Monasterii Cavernarum Kioviensis annis 1893-1895 aedificata
Forma trapezae Maximae Laurae a Basilio Grigorovič-Barskii anno 1744 descripta

Trapeza (Graece τράπεζα) est refectorium monasterii Orthodoxi. Est locus consecratus in quo cenae sumuntur ritusque aliqui aguntur.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Paul M. Mylonas, "La trapeza de la Grande Lavra au Mont Athos" in Cahiers archéologiques no. 35 (1987) pp. 143-157
  • S. Popović, "The Trapeza in Cenobitic Monasteries: architectural and spiritual contexts" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers no. 52 (1998) pp. 292-296
  • George Stričević, "The Trapeza of Chilanderi" in Fourth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, 3-4 November, 1978, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor: abstracts of papers
  • Alice-Mary Talbot, "Mealtime in Monasteries: the culture of the Byzantine refectory" in Leslie Brubaker, Kalliroe Linardou, edd., Eat drink and be merry (Luke 12:19): food and wine in Byzantium (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007) pp. 109-125
  • John Thomas, "The Regulation of Diet in the Byzantine Monastic Foundation Documents" in John Thomas, Angela Constantinides Hero, edd., Byzantine Monastic Foundation Documents (Vasingtoniae: Dumbarton Oaks, 2000. 5 voll. ISBN 9780884022893) vol. 5 pp. 1696-1716
  • R. Volk, Gesundheitswesen und Wohltätigkeit im Spiegel der byzantinischen Klostertypika. Monaci, 1983 (Miscellanea Byzantina Monacensia, vol 28)
  • J. J. Yiannias, "The Elevation of the Panaghia" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers no. 26 (1972) pp. 227-236
  • J. J. Yiannias, The Wall Paintings in the Trapeza of the Great Lavra on Mount Athos: a study in Eastern orthodox refectory art. Dissertatio Universitatis Pittsburgensis, 1971; Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1971

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