Ars Christiana: In memoriam Michail F. Murianov (21.XI.1928 by Roman Krivko, Basil Lourie, Andrei Orlov

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Analysis Except for the complete calendar, which covers all days of the fixed ecclesiastical year, and also with the exception of the function of the Menaion, which is intended for the celebration of the fixed feasts (while the Triodion and Octoechos contain the chants for the yearly movable and the weekly liturgical cycles sequentially), the significant structural innovations of the archaic peripheral Menaia in comparison to the younger Tropologion are the arrangement of chants by genre regardless of liturgical position and the use of daily kathismata, as Nikiforova noted.

4r κάθ(ισμα) ἦχ(ος) πλ(άγιος) γ´, πρ(οσόμοιον·) τὴν ὡραιώτητα τῆς παρθ(ενίας) σου* Τὴν τῶν αἱρέσεων πλάνην…* Στιχ(ηρὰ) ἦχ(ος) πλ(άγιος) α´, πρ(οσόμοιον·) χαίροις, ἀσκητικῶν ἀληθ(ῶς)*. Χαίροις, τῶν ἀρετῶν ὁ κανών…* Χαίροις, πατριαρχῶν ἡ κρηπίς…* f. 4v Χαίροις, ἀρχιερέων τιμή… Εἰς τὸν στίχον, ἦχ(ος) γ´. Τὸ μέγα κλέoς τῶν ἱερέων…* Ὁ κανὼν φέρων ἀκροστιχ(ίδα) τήνδε· Ἀθανάσιος ἔγχος ὀρθοδοξίας ἔφυ (63) Follieri, Initia…, III, 370. There is no acrostic in the kanon so the author’s name remains unknown, and the only possible a ribution is provided by the manuscript described: in the le margin near the first troparion there is a short notice indicating Theophanes Graptos — Θεοφ(άνους).

The terms “peripheral” and “central” are related to the origin of the hymnographic tradition as a ested by a certain manuscript and not to the provenance of the manuscript itself. Therefore different Italo-Greek manuscripts can be classified as either peripheral or central depending on the extent to which they are influenced by the Constantinopolitan, that is the central, liturgical traditions. (55) ПАРЕНТИ, Върху историята... (56) Sin. gr. ); Sin. gr. ); Sin. gr. ). 1. Archaic Peripheral Group: End of the Ninth — Eleventh Centuries.

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