On the Nature of the Theodore Psalter

Anderson, Jeffrey C.
December 1988
Art Bulletin;Dec88, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p550
Academic Journal
Discusses the Theodore Psalter, a Byzantine manuscript finished by the Studite monk Theodore in 1066. Background of the creation of the manuscript; Details of the liturgical contents of the manuscript; Information on the label monastic psalters.


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