Mount Athos



ETHNONYMS: Athonite Monks, Hagiorites; also terms that designate the monastic brotherhoods to which individual monks belong: e.g., Lavriotes (monks belonging to the Lavra monastery); Philotheites (Philotheou monastery), Vatopedini (Vatopedi monastery), etc.


Bibliography

Cavarnos, Constantine (1973). The Holy Mountain. Belmont, Mass.: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies.

Choukas, M. (1935). Black Angels of Athos. 2nd ed. London: Constable & Co.; Brattleboro, Vt.: Stephen Daye Press.


Kadas, Sotiris (1979). Mount Athos: An Illustrated Guide to the Monasteries and Their History. Athens: Ekdotike Athenon.


Mamalakis, Ioannis (1971). The Holy Mountain (Athos) through the Ages (in Greek). Thessalonica: Society of Macedonian Studies.


Le millénaire du Mont Athos , 963-1963: Études et mélanges (1963). Chevetogne, Belgium: Éditions de Chevetogne.

ROBERT W. ALLISON

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