Analecta Ordinis S. Basilii Magni

Analecta Ordinis S. Basilii Magni (AOSBM, Analecta OSBM - Transactions of the Order of Saint Basil the Great, Ukrainian: Записки Чина св. Василія Великого) is an irregular scholarly publication of the Basilian monastic order, first published in Zhovkva and Lviv (1924-1939), then in Rome (as a second series, commencing in 1949).

Analecta Ordinis S. Basilii Magni
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Editor-in-chiefRev Josafat Skruten (founder), Rev Athanasiy Velyki
EditorOrder of Saint Basil the Great
Founded1924
LanguageUkrainian, Latin, Italian, English, Polish
HeadquartersZhovkva, Lviv, Rome

History and profileEdit

The first editor of Analecta was Josafat Skruten. Six volumes were published by 1939. The second series of Analecta, under the editorship of Athanasiy Velyki, consisted of 103 volumes by 1979 (in 2018 - 127 volumes) and was divided into three sections: (1) works—monographs (40 vols; 57 vols in 2018[1]); (2) transactions of the Order of Saint Basil the Great—articles, reviews, bibliographies, and other materials (15 vols); (3) documents—a systematic publication of materials from the Vatican Archives (55 vols) concerning the history of Ukraine, including two large volumes entitled Documenta Pontificum Romanorum historiam Ucrainae illustrantia 1075–1953 (1953–1954)[2]..

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Побачила світ монографія о. Порфирія Підручного, ЧСВВ, про історію законодавства Василіянського Чину упродовж 400 років | OSBM" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2018-12-31.
  2. ^ "Analecta Ordinis S. Basilii Magni/Zapysky ChSVV". Encyclopedia of Ukraine. Retrieved 31 December 2018.

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