Karyes Typikon

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Karyes Typikon
Karyes Typicon and Sava's signature.jpg
The original document with the authentic signature of Sava
Created 1199
Location Mount Athos
Author(s) Monk Sava
Purpose Typikon

The Karyes Typikon (Serbian: Карејски типик/Karejski tipik) was written for the Karyes cell on Mount Athos in 1199 by Saint Sava, at the time a monk and later the first Serbian Archbishop. It is basically a translation from a standard Greek ascetic typikon with some minor changes. It became a model for Serbian solitary or eremitical monasticism also outside of Mount Athos.[1] It is published along with the Catalog of Cyrillic manuscripts from the Hilandar monastery since 1908.

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  1. ^ Bogdanović 1999, Предговор, para. 13, Карејски типик

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