Balkan Museum - Balkanski Muzej
present historical artifact find by myself on different sources
Discovery of hidden images in Christian
and Orthodox religion and connections BETWEEN...
TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS
DONE and HOW in the past, PLEASE JUST WATCH
THIS TEXT and IMAGE BELOW TRIGGER FOLLOWING CONCLUSIONS
What is Yat RET SANOM or Y at RET SANOM or Y REC SANOM or Y AT TELL DREAMS...
The excellent location of Decani Monastery near a river with wooded hillsides on one side, a gorge cut into the mountain behind and fertile land before it, was already described with rapture by Grigorije Camblak, a gifted writer and head of a brotherhood, at the beginning of the 15th century in his Life of Stefan of Decani.
Most of the
information, however, on the construction of this great endowment is found in the founding
charter itself. Its first, original version - officially written on a
roll of parchment over five meters in length with the ruler's signature in red ink and a
seal of gold - in cultured language, presents the motives which moved the benefactor to
undertake this work, emphasizes his royal birth and in a special, moving
way describes the unfortunate misunderstanding between father and son.
All of this, one learns from this Act, was ratified at an assembly which met most likely at the palace in Nerodimlja where the Charter was written. Some time before this, it is also noted, while the Document was being put together, the country was attacked by Bulgarian Czar Mihailo; at the battle on Velbuzd on 28 July 1330 he was defeated and also lost his life. The result of this great battle in which young King Stefan Dusan proved himself, permanently affected a change in relations with the neighbor to the East.
The detailed Charter of Decani - also preserved in other versions allowing the life of the monastery and its large land holdings and changes to be subsequently followed - includes excellent topographical and onomastical material of 14,000 names; and also offers, rare for an act of this kind, information on the state of building project and the experts who took part in them. Thus the overview of estates verifies the village of Manastirica, granted already by King Milutin to Protomaster Djordje with his brothers Dobroslav and Nikola "for their work in the adornment of many churches throughout all the Serbian lands."
It adds furthermore that in the "home of the Pantocrator" - as the entire monastery is called here - they built a refectory and a ureas tower over the entrance gate, and in the "city" (the monastery complex is surely meant) and "around the church" (on buildings no longer extant today) they also carried out many other jobs. The refectory, thus, was finished before the great church, whose construction - the charter mentions - was underway when the conflict with the Bulgarian Czar broke out; and at the same time certainly, the ramparts were built which provided solid protection for the complex in the valley.
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drawing on top, or have similar thougts as I have or have images with similar motives,
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