Little St. Anne's Skete (Athos)

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*[[St. John the Baptist Skete (Athos)|St. John the Baptist Skete]], attached to the Great Lavra.
 
*[[St. John the Baptist Skete (Athos)|St. John the Baptist Skete]], attached to the Great Lavra.
*[[Kavsokalyvia Skete (Athos)|Kavsokalyvia Skete]], attached to the Great Lavra.
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*[[Kafsokalyvia Skete (Athos)|Kafsokalyvia Skete]], attached to the Great Lavra.
 
*[[St. Anne's Skete (Athos)|St. Anne's Skete]], attached to the Great Lavra.
 
*[[St. Anne's Skete (Athos)|St. Anne's Skete]], attached to the Great Lavra.
 
*[[Joseph (Spilaiotis)|Elder Joseph the Hesychast]], who lived with Elder [[Arsenios the Cave-Dweller]] here from 1938 until his brotherhood moved to [[New Skete (Athos)|New Skete]].
 
*[[Joseph (Spilaiotis)|Elder Joseph the Hesychast]], who lived with Elder [[Arsenios the Cave-Dweller]] here from 1938 until his brotherhood moved to [[New Skete (Athos)|New Skete]].

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Little St. Anne's Skete
Rank or attached monastery Great Lavra
Type of community Idiorrhythmic Skete
Founded 1600s
Superior unknown
Approx. size unknown
Location unknown
Liturgical language(s) Greek
Music used Byzantine chant
Feastdays celebrated unknown

Little St. Anne's Skete (or, less commonly, The Minor Skete of St. Anne's) is one of four sketes attached to the Great Lavra of Mount Athos. It is located between St. Anne's Skete and Karoulia.

There are 7 brotherhood houses. The handicraft of the skete is iconography, miniature art and wood carving; the most important houses of iconography are those of Ananias and Kartsonas.

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