RICONTRANS Project Repository


Borisova, Tatiana. “ОБ ОСОБЕННОСТЯХ ПЕРЕВОДА ГРЕЧЕСКИХ СЛОЖНЫХ СЛОВ НА НАЧАЛЬНЫХ ЭТАПАХ ЦЕРКОВНОСЛАВЯНСКОЙ КНИЖНОСТИ” in the journal Вестник Томского государственного педагогического университета, ВЫПУСК 7, 204 (2019): 40-45. (read and download: here)

Borisova, Tatiana. “Texts and Icons in Worship, Communication, Propaganda: On the Contribution of a Philologist to Research on Icon Transfer.” Museikon 4 (2020): 213-220 (read and download: here)

Borisova, Tatiana. “Religious Text Transfer in the Context of Orthodox Intercultural Exchange: On the 19th Century Hagiographic Texts dedicated to Saint John the Russian.” Chronos, n. 42 (2021): 31-55 (

Boycheva Yuliana. “Studying Russian Icons on the Balkans.” ISTORIYA (2021): vol. 12, issue 5 (103) (DOI: 10.18254/S207987840015642-5) (read and download: here)

Boycheva, Yuliana (with an appendix by Daria Resh). “From the Orthodox Megalopolis of Moscovy of Great Russia: Russian Heirlooms from the Monastery of Tatarna, Sixteenth-Seventeenth Centuries.” Ανάλεκτα Σταγών και Μετεώρων / Analekta Stagorum et Meteorum 1 (2022): 359-408

Chesnokova, Nadezhda P. “Русская митра иерусалимских патриархов (XVII век)”/ “Russian Miter of Jerusalem Patriarchs (17th Century).” In Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art: Collection of articles, edited by A. V. Zakharova, S. V. Maltseva, E. Iu. Staniukovich-Denisova, 484-491. Vol. 9. Lomonosov Moscow State University / St. Petersburg: NP-Print, 2019 ( (read and download: here)

Chesnokova, Nadezhda.  “Written Sources on 17th-century Russian Icons in the Orthodox East: An Introduction.” Museikon 4 (2020): 221-226 (read and download: here)

Dumitran, Ana. “The RICONTRANS Project. ERC Consolidator Grant 2018.” Museikon 3 (2019): 189 (read and download: here)

Dumitran, Ana. “The Chronology of the Murals in the Râmeț Monastic Church (Alba County, Romania) Based on a Reevaluation of the Dating of the Narthex Inscription.” Museikon 4 (2020): 109-162 (read and download here)

Dumitran, Ana, Veronka Dane, Vasile Rus, Volker Wollmann. “Russian Icon Marketing in Transylvania as a Means of Political and Social Destabilization.” Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Historica 25, I (2021): 145-187 (read and download here)

Fafalios, Pavlos, K. Konsolaki, L. Charami, K. Petrakis, M. Paterakis, D. Angelakis, Y. Tzitzikas, C. Bekiari, and M. Doerr, “Towards Semantic Interoperability in Historical Research: Documenting Research Data and Knowledge with Synthesis, In: Hotho A. et al. (eds) The Semantic Web – ISWC 2021. ISWC 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12922. Springer, Cham. (read and download: here)

Gerd, Lora. “Russian Sacred Objects in the Orthodox East: Archive Evidence from the 18th to the Early 20th Century.” Museikon 4 (2020): 227-236 (read and download: here)

Gergova, Ivanka. “Russian Orthodox Art in the Bulgarian Lands from the 16th until the Late 19th Century: The Current State of Investigation and Avenues for Further Research.”  Museikon 4 (2020): 237-246 (read and download: here)

Kalliga, Eleni and Athina Georgia Alexopoulou. “Russian Icons, 17th–18th c.
Non-Destructive, Non-Invasive Diagnostic Methodology for an Integrated Study
of Micrographic Triptychs from the Benaki Museum Collection.” Heritage 6(2) (2023): 1325-1343. (read and download here). The article is part of the Special Issue “Non-invasive Techniques in the Scope of Cultural
Heritage: Pigments, Binders and Degradation Products from Ancient, Modern and
Contemporary Artworks”

Katopi, Sofia.”Pious Russian Soldiers, Devout Cretan Donors, and the Church: Transfer and Reception of Russian Icons and Ecclesiastical Utensils on the Island of Crete.” Museikon, 6 (2022): 181-196 (read and download here)

Kostopoulos, Tasos. “Ευσεβείς Χήρες και Ιερές Παρθένες.” Εφημερίδα των Συντακτών, 23.01.2022.

Kostopoulos, Tasos. “Itinerant Suspicions: Russian Icon Traders in the Macedonian Hinterland Through the Eyes of Greek Consuls and Agents.” Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Historica 25, I (2021): 189-199. (read and download here)

Kostopoulos, Tasos. “Icon Goldsmiths, Pious Widows, and Holy Maidens. Adventure Narratives of Greek Monks Travelling in Late Imperial Russia.” Museikon, 6 (2022): 169-180 (read and download here)

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Icons as Marketable Objects: Diffusion and Popularity of Russians Icons in Greece (19th-Early 20th Century).” Museikon 4 (2020): 247-252 (read and download: here)

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Saint Jean le Russe : pèlerinage et territorialité.” La Revue de géographie historique, n.16 (May 2020) (read and download: here)

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Georgios Lampakis (1854-1914) et la constitution de la collection du musée des Antiquités chrétiennes d’Athènes. Monuments, icônes et objets de culte”. Histoire de l’art, n.86, numéro thématique “Grèce(s)” (02/2021): 253-262.

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Saint John the Russian (ca. 1690-1730) and the Spread of his Cult.” Chronos, n. 42 (2021): 1-29 (

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Transporter, cacher, détruire : les « objets réfugiés » des orthodoxes de Turquie (1912-1924).” Perspective 1 (2022): 133-144.

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Du caviar au vin : la question du luxe sur le mont Athos (XIXe-XXIe siècle).” Communications, n. 111 (2022): 85-95.

Seraïdari, Katerina. « La carrière patrimoniale d’une mosaïque portative byzantine. » Culture & Musées, 40 (2022) : 199-228 (read and download here)

Seraïdari, Katerina. “Museographic Objects, Saints, and Sacred Places: Saint Antony Pechersky, Esphigmenou Monastery (Mount Athos), and the Museum of Christian Antiquities (Athens).” Museikon, 6 (2022): 197-206 (read and download here)

Seraïdari, Katerina.  “Art byzantin et peintres français au XIXe siècle sur le Mont Athos.” Images du Travail, Travail des Images, 15 (2023) (read and dowload here)