Taking into consideration that they had, at least up to a point, the privilege of expressing themselves in circumstances that allowed a certain freedom compared to the base text, I have searched to clearly understand the nature of the factors that determined them to assume this liberty and what guided their linguistic options. The research has intended to examine two types of texts: the integral biblical one the New Testament and the Bible and the text that is specifically used by the clergy, The Gospel, in its successive versions, starting from the 16th century up to the modern era; the observed facts call attention to the scholar who is in charge of the text, who exhibits a behaviour that entails trust in his prior knowledge about the content and form of the fashioned text, a critical assessment of the version that serves as a starting point and the renewal of linguistic solutions offered by sources of a different nature from the rectified text. Journal: Diacronia. Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions.
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Anthim was born in the Kingdom of Kartli , a Georgian kingdom known as Iberia in the west. Anthim was taken prisoner by Ottoman troops, and sold in the slave market at Constantinople, where he was purchased by the Patriarch of Constantinople. A Greek printing office had been established there in In , being appointed father superior egumen of the Snagov Monastery, and established a printing office at the new location.
Anthim spoke and wrote Greek, Turkish, and Arabic. He soon acquired a thorough knowledge of Romanian , and was instrumental in helping to introduce that language into the local church as its official language.
His homiletic work, the Didache ,  was a collection of sermons meant as a sharp critique of contemporary habits and morals; notably, beside Christian sources, Anthim made reference to classical philosophy. Alongside his literary output, the cleric was the builder of the All-Saints Monastery in Bucharest, now known as the Antim Monastery in his memory. Anthim's overt opposition to Ottoman tutelage over Wallachia made him an adversary of the Phanariote regime.
Anthim was captured by the Ottomans while making the trip, and assassinated somewhere in modern-day Bulgaria his body would have been discarded in the Maritsa or the Tundzha. It is alleged that his murder was ordered by Mavrocordatos himself. In Anthim was canonised by the Romanian Orthodox Church.
A rugby union trophy, the Antim Cup , contested by Romania and Georgia , is named after him. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Anthim the Iberian Antim Ivireanul. Mosaic depicting Anthim at Antim Monastery. Eerdmans Publishing, , p. In Chisholm, Hugh ed. Cambridge University Press. Gaster , Chrestomathie roumaine and " Gesch.
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Antim Ivireanul, Metropolitan of Wallachia approximately 1650-1716
Anthimus of Iberia , Romanian Antim Ivireanul , born c. Famed for his precise typography and artistic frontispieces, usually with floral designs, Anthimus produced a wealth of material in Romanian and Greek, including the New Testament Gospels , which he translated into Romanian The Florentine Fior di Virtu of , The Didahii also is a unique source document on 17th-century Romanian social life. When war broke out between Austria and Turkey in , the Greek administrator for the Turkish regime of Walachia, Nikolaos Mavrokordatos, ordered Anthimus returned to Constantinople under guard.
Antim Ivireanu - Didahii
Anthim was born in the Kingdom of Kartli , a Georgian kingdom known as Iberia in the west. Anthim was taken prisoner by Ottoman troops, and sold in the slave market at Constantinople, where he was purchased by the Patriarch of Constantinople. A Greek printing office had been established there in In , being appointed father superior egumen of the Snagov Monastery, and established a printing office at the new location. Anthim spoke and wrote Greek, Turkish, and Arabic.
Anthim the Iberian
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