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)