Difference between revisions of "Little St. Anne's Skete (Athos)"
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*[http://www.macedonian-heritage.gr/Athos/Skete/Saint%20Anne,%20Minor.html Athos monasteries: The Minor Skete of Saint Anne]
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|Little St. Anne's Skete|
|Rank or attached monastery||Great Lavra|
|Type of community||Idiorrhythmic Skete|
|Music used||Byzantine chant|
There are seven brotherhood houses (Kalyvae). The handicraft of the skete is iconography, miniature art, and wood carving; the most important houses of iconography are those of Ananias and Kartsonas.
- St. John the Baptist Skete, attached to the Great Lavra.
- Kafsokalyvia Skete, attached to the Great Lavra.
- St. Anne's Skete, attached to the Great Lavra.
- Elder Joseph the Hesychast, who lived with Elder Arsenios the Cave-Dweller here from 1938 until his brotherhood moved to New Skete.