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Witnesses for Christ : Orthodox Christian neomartyrs of the Ottoman period, 1437-1860

Author: N M Vaporis
Publisher: Crestwood, NY : St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This study is the culmination of 20 decades of research on Orthodox Christian neomartyrs under the Ottoman Turks. Father Vaporis has compiled the life stories of almost 200 faithful men and women who  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: N M Vaporis
ISBN: 0881411965 9780881411966
OCLC Number: 43312492
Description: xiv, 377 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Fifteenth Century. Ephraim the Monastic Priest --
George the Soldier --
Kosmas --
Petros the Priest --
Raphael, Nicholas, and Irene --
Andreas Argentes --
Nimat the Young --
John the Merchant --
Michael Mavroeides --
Metropolitan Arsenios of Verroia. Sixteenth Century. Malachias the Son of a Priest --
George the Goldsmith --
Iakovos the Shepherd, his disciples Iakovos and Dionysios --
Gabriel and Kyrmidoles --
John the Tailor --
Makarios the Monk, Disciple of Patriarch Nephon --
Ioasaph the Monk, Disciple of Patriarch Nephon --
Michael the Breadseller --
Nikodemos the Monk --
Nicholas the Peddler --
Theophanes the Monk --
Demetrios Tornaras --
John Koulikas --
Doukas the Tailor --
Kyrillos the Tanner --
Damianos the Monk --
John the Cabinetmaker --
Philothei the Nun --
Makarios the Tailor --
An Anonymous Fiancé from Constantinople. Seventeenth Century. Archbishop Serapheim of Phanarion and Neochorion --
Hodja Amiris the Soldier --
Nicholas the Baker's Assistant --
The Two Anonymous Dervishes --
Avvakum (Habbakuk) --
Theophilos the Sailor --
Markos the Student --
Iordanes the Coppersmith --
John the Apprentice Tailor --
Symeon the Goldsmith --
Athanasios the Monastic Priest --
Anastasios the Artist --
Nicholas Karamanos --
Patriarch Parthenios III of Constantinople --
Demetrios the Son of a Priest --
Paraskevas from Trebizond --
Patriarch Gabriel II of Constantinople --
Archbishop Gabriel of Ipek (Pec) --
John the Romanian Nobleman --
Chrestos the Boatman --
John the Boatman --
Athanasios the Community Leader --
Nicholas the Grocer --
Gabriel the Deacon --
Kyprianos the Monastic Priest --
Triantaphyllos the Sailor Stamatios a Community Leader --
Angeles the Father and Goldsmith --
Damaskenos the Monk from Constantinople --
Ahmed the Muslim Deftedar --
Paul the Russian Slave --
Metropohtan Zacharias of Corinth --
Elias the Barber --
Joseph from Aleppo --
Apostolos the Bartender --
Theodore from Ophrynion --
George the Tailor --
Romanos the Pilgrim --
Romanos the Priest. Eighteenth Century. Athanasios from Attaleia --
Prince Constantine Brancoveanu, his Sons and his Counselor Ianache --
Metropolitan Anthimos of Wallachia --
Auxentios the Furrier --
Argyre the Faithful Wife --
Nikodemos the Father --
Savvas the Merchant --
Pachomios the Tanner --
Niketas the Teenager --
Nicholas from the Parish of Marmaron --
Konstantios the Chaplain --
Anastasios the Priest --
Kristo the Gardener --
Elias the Son of a Priest --
Anastasios the Farmer --
Kyranna the Maiden --
George the Consulate Employee --
Nicholas the Builder --
Kosmas the Monk --
Demos the Fisherman --
Akylina the Maiden --
Panagiotes of Caesarea --
Gyorgy (Zorzes) the Slave --
Damaskenos the Monastic Priest --
Nicholas the Priest --
Michael Paknanas the Gardener --
Michael Vourliotes the Coppersmith --
John the Teenage Son of a Priest --
Anthony the Laborer --
Athanasios the Student --
Petros from Tripolis --
Christodoulos the Tailor --
Anastasios from Ankyra --
Kosmas the Monastic Priest --
Zacharias the Furrier --
Demetrios the Bartender --
Hatzitheodore the Father --
John the Teenager --
The Three Anonymous Merchants --
Manuel the Slave --
Bishop Methodios of Lampes --
Myron the Tailor --
Alexander the Dervish --
Metros the Vali --
Spas (Anastasios) the Clerk --
Polydoros the Merchant --
Hatzigeorge the Sandalmaker --
Theodore the Artist --
Zlata (Chryse) the Maiden --
Nicholas the Shepherd --
George the Priest --
Helen Bekiaris the Teenager. Nineteenth Century. Constantine the Servant --
George the Father --
Mark from Smyrna --
Demetrios the Merchant --
Luke the Assistant Clerk --
Lazaros the Bulgarian Shepherd --
John the Goldsmith --
Zacharias the Monastic Priest --
John the Shoemaker --
Demetrios the Builder --
Hilarion the Clerk and Monk --
Argyres the Tailor --
George the Seaman --
Demetrios the Vlach --
Niketas the Monastic Priest --
Prokopios the Monk --
The Anonymous Servant from Crete --
John the Farmer --
Gerasimos the Servant --
David the Monk --
Angeles the Physician --
Euthymios the Student --
John the Muslim --
Ignatios the Monk --
Paisios the Hegoumenos, Demetrios his Brother and Avvakoum the Deacon and those who were martyred with them --
Akakios the Shoemaker and Monk --
Anastasios and Demetrios the Basketweavers --
Onufrii the Monk --
Gennadios the Monastic Priest --
Christophoros from Adrianople --
Agathangelos the Sailor --
George Laskaris the Teacher --
Paul the Sandalmaker --
Gedeon (Nicholas) the Clerk and Monk --
Athanasios the Servant --
Constantine the Muslim --
Joseph the Artist --
Nektarios the Camel Attendant --
Triantaphyllos (Timothy) the Husband --
Solomon the Presbyter --
Patriarch Gregorios V of Constantinople --
Paul the Monastic Priest --
Joan, Stamato, and Nikolla the Albanian Merchants --
George from Attaleia --
Angeles, Manuel, George, and Nicholas the Crypto-Christians --
Maria Methymopoulos the Maiden --
Manouel, Theodore, George, Michael, and George --
Lampros --
George the Groom --
Pangiotes the Servant --
Dimitrii from Sliven --
Athanasios the Monk, Slave, and Aga --
Joseph the Presbyter --
George the Son of a Priest --
Adrian.
Responsibility: Nomikos Michael Vaporis.

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