New Skete (Athos)

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'''New Skete''' on [[Mount Athos]] is one of two sketes attached to [[St. Paul's Monastery (Athos)|St. Paul's Monastery]]. It is located between St. Paul's Monastery and St. Anne's Skete. The name of St. Paul is derived from the founder, St [[Pavlos Xeropotaminos]] (in English, Paul).
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'''New Skete''' on [[Mount Athos]] is one of two sketes attached to [[St. Paul's Monastery (Athos)|St. Paul's Monastery]]. It is located between St. Paul's [[Monastery]] and St. Anne's Skete. In 1760, the central [[church]] of the skete was built and dedicated to the Nativity of the Theotokos.
  
 
The Skete contains 40 fathers in 28 semi-independant residences.  Their handicraft is iconography, wood carving and farming.
 
The Skete contains 40 fathers in 28 semi-independant residences.  Their handicraft is iconography, wood carving and farming.
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In addition to [[relics]], the monastery possesses a library of 200 manuscripts and 500 old printed books.
  
 
There have been speculations that New Skete is on the site of what used to be a city; these speculations have been supported by many graves, coins and artifacts being found there.
 
There have been speculations that New Skete is on the site of what used to be a city; these speculations have been supported by many graves, coins and artifacts being found there.
  
In 1760, the central church of the skete was built and dedicated to the Nativity of the Theotokos.
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==See also==
 
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===Internal links===
In addition to [[relic]]s, the monastery possesses a library of 200 manuscripts and 500 old printed books.
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===See also===
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*[[St. Dimitrius' Skete (Athos)|St. Dimitrius' Skete]], also attached to St. Paul's Monastery.
 
*[[St. Dimitrius' Skete (Athos)|St. Dimitrius' Skete]], also attached to St. Paul's Monastery.
*[[Joseph (Spilaiotis)|Elder Joseph the Hesychast]], who lived with his brotherhood until his repose in 1959.
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*[[Joseph (Spilaiotis)|Elder Joseph the Hesychast]], who lived with his brotherhood until his repose in 1959 in a cell near New Skete.
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*[[New Skete Fathers (Athos)|Other elders and righteous monks who lived in New Skete]].
  
==External links==
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===External link===
 
*[http://www.macedonian-heritage.gr/Athos/Monastery/skete_NewSkete.html Athos monasteries: New Skete]
 
*[http://www.macedonian-heritage.gr/Athos/Monastery/skete_NewSkete.html Athos monasteries: New Skete]
  
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Latest revision as of 02:16, September 7, 2006

New Skete
Rank or attached monastery St. Paul's
Type of community Idiorrhythmic Skete
Founded 1700s
Superior unknown
Approx. size 40 (at 1990)
Location West, near St. Paul's
Liturgical language(s) Greek
Music used Byzantine chant
Feastdays celebrated unknown

New Skete on Mount Athos is one of two sketes attached to St. Paul's Monastery. It is located between St. Paul's Monastery and St. Anne's Skete. In 1760, the central church of the skete was built and dedicated to the Nativity of the Theotokos.

The Skete contains 40 fathers in 28 semi-independant residences. Their handicraft is iconography, wood carving and farming.

In addition to relics, the monastery possesses a library of 200 manuscripts and 500 old printed books.

There have been speculations that New Skete is on the site of what used to be a city; these speculations have been supported by many graves, coins and artifacts being found there.

See also

Internal links

External link

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