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Actes d'Iviron IV Source The edition "Actes d'Iviron IV" contains charters by the Byzantine Emperors and Serbian rulers in favour of the Monastery of Iberon on Mount Athos.
Actes de Chilandar II (old) Source The edition "Actes de Chilandar II" contains charters by the Serbian rulers in favour of the Monastery of Hilandar on Mount Athos.
Arhiljevica 1 Source The chrysobull charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) confirmed the foundation of the Church of the Presentation of the Holy Mother of God by Sebastokrator Dejan in the village of Arhiljevica and its landed property. The original charter has not come upon us, and its content is preserved only in two later transcripts. The older one (Hilandar 36) is probably an authentic transcript, but its dating is questionable, because it contradicts historical circumstances known from other reliable sources. Therefore, the date, when the lost orginal was issued, can only be approximated to the years 1354 or 1355. Hilandar 150/152 differs from its predecessor in the dispositional section, containing two previously unmentioned villages, which do not appear even in the charter by the Serbian Empress Jevdokija and her son Konstantin Dragaš from 1378/79. It was made in the 15th century or later with the intent of obtaining or confirming the enlargement of Chilandar's Arhiljevica metochion.
Arhiljevica 2 Source This charter was issued in 1378/79 by the Serbian Empress Jevdokija and her son Konstantin Dragaš, through which they donated the Church of the Presentation of the Holy Mother of God in the village of Arhiljevica together with its possessions to the Hilandar Monastery on the Holy Mount Athos.
Banjska Hrisovulja Source King Stefan Uroš II and his brother Stefan Dragutin rebuilt the church of St. Stephen in the Banjska Monastery. By doing so, the brothers gave several allowances and privileges to the monastery. These privileges contain the Stauropegion for the monastery and a seat for the monastery's abbot in the Sbor or royal council.
Boundary Description by the judge Michalis Ioskules (1371) Source In the year 1371 the judge Michalis Ioskules made a boundary description in the valley of the river Strumica for the Monasteries of Hilandar and Hagios Panteleimon on Mount Athos commissioned by the Serbian Despot Jovan Uglješa.
Charter of Stefan Uroš III Dečanski for the Monastery of Sv. Nikola in Orehovo Source On 9 September 1330 the Serbian King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski (reigned 1322-1331) issued a Slavonic charter for the Monastery of Sv. Nikola in Orehovo. Therein, he reports that he had refurbished the monastery. Moreover, the Serbian King confirmed existing possesions of the monastery and donated to the monastery new privileges and landed property in the vicinity of Sofia and the upper valley of the river Struma.
Chrysobull Charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for the Hilandar Monastery concerning the Metochion of Lozikion Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan sent at the request of Theōdul, the Hegumen of the Hilandar Monastery, his noblemen Kalavar and Branilo in order to deliminate the boundary of the Metochion in Lozikion. He confirmed their findings and endowed the metochion with other possessions in the chrysobull charter from 1347.
Collective Charter of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin for the Hilandar Monastery Source Тhe chrysobull charter of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321) for the Tower of Hrusija of the Monastery of Hilandar on Mount Athos, which confirmed the earlier possessions of the monastery, is dated to the years 1303-1304 (or after 1331). The charter is not preserved in its original form. The text survived in four transcripts, which all contain later interpolations.
Donation of Evdokija Source Donation of possessions of the noblewoman Evdokija and her sons Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš to the Monastery of Hagios Panteleimon. The charter was issued in town of Strumica in 1376/1377.
Epitaph of the abbot Ioanikij Source The ktitor epitaph of the Abbot Ioanikij was probably created between the years 1346 and 1355 and inscribed on a sarcophagus in the church of St. Athanasius in Lešok.
First Charter of the Dečani Monastery Source This is the First Charter by King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski (1321-1331) to the Dečani Monastery.
Founder's inscription of kaznac Jovan Dragoslav Source The inscription was located above the western entrance of the now destroyed Church of the Virgin Hodegetria in Mušutište gives the name of the ktetor and the year in which the church was built. The temple was erected in 1314/1315 by grand kaznac Jovan Dragoslav with his wife Jelena, son Staniša and the daughter Anna.
Greek Commemoration Prayer Inscription for Parthenios in the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid Source Parthenios is commemorated in the prayer inscription for the sake of his salvation on the east wall of the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid near prothesis in the apse.
Greek Inscription under the miniature of the Evangelist John preserved in the so-called Dovolja Tetraevangelion (Belgrade, NBS, RS. 638) Source The supplicant inscription under the miniature of the evangelist John preserved in the so-called Dovolja Tetraevangelion is commemorating the nun Makaria and her deceased husband Ioannes.
Greek Ktitor Inscription in the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid Source The hieromonk Parthenios founded the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid. His endowment is described in the greek inscription above the south entrance of the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid. The greek inscription concerning the Land and Movable Objects Inventory is below the ktitor inscription.
Greek Ktitor Inscription of the Church Mal Sveti Kliment in Ōhrid Source According to the inscription from the year 1378 above the south entrance to the Church the Priest Stephanos Prophetes founded the Church Mal sveti Kliment in Ōhrid in the time of μέγαλος ζούπανος of Ōhrid Andreas Gropa and Gregorios, the Archbishop of Ōhrid.
Greek donor inscription on the west wall of the Virgin Maryʼs Church in Mali Grad Source Kaisar Nobakos sponsored the renovation and decoration of the Virgin Maryʼs Church in Mali Grad in 1368/1369, which is displayed in the inscription on the west wall of the church.
Inscription above the western entrance to the narthex in the Church of Saint George in Nagoričino Source The inscription above the western entrance to the narthex in the Church of Saint George in Nagoričino contains a record about the renewal of the church of Saint George sponsored by the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin and the Abbot of the monastery (Andony).
Inscription in the Church of Saint George Source The respective inscription is engraved on a fresco in the Church of Saint George (Sveti Gjorgji) in the vincinity of the village of Dolni Kozjak.
Inscription in the interior of the Church of Saint George in Nagoričino Source The inscription from the year 1318 in the interior of the Church of Saint George in Nagoričino (Staro Nagoričino) contains the record about the fresco decoration of the walls executed under the Abbot Beniamin. The paintings were permitted and sponsored by the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin.
Inventory of the properties belonging to the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God Spelaiotissa in Melnik Source The Serbian Despot Joan Uglješa donated the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God Spelaiotissa in Melnik with its properties to the Monastery of Batopedi on Mount Athos in January 1365. On this occassion the inventory of all possession was isssued.
Karbinci Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed the donation of the village Karbince for the Monastery of Hilandar in June 1355.
Konče 1 Source On 9 May (?) 1366 the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš V (reigned 1355–1371) confirmed the possession of the Church of St. Steven in the village of Konče to the Monastery of Hilandar on Mount Athos with all its villages in the vicinity as donated by the Great Vojvode (Veliki Vojvoda) Nikola Stanjević.
Konče 2 Source The register of property of the Church of Saint Stephen in the village of Konče from 1366 listed serfs, vineyards, fruit trees, croplands, cleared land and meadows in four villages, which were subordinated to the Hilandar Monastery.
Kožle Source On 1 September 1352 or 1353 the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) granted the Church of Saint Nicholas on the river Pčinja beneath the fortress of Kožle with a chrysobull to the Metropolitan Jakob of Serres. After his death the rights should devolve to the Monastery of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel near Prizren.
Ktitor Inscription of the Kaisar Grgur for the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God Zachlumestisa Source The inscription above the entrance door to the Church of the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God Zachlumestisa contains informations about the founder of the church, Kaisar Grgur, and the donor of the painted decoration, the bishop Gregorios of Devol.
Ktitorial Composition of Pathenios, Maria and Michael in the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid with accompanying inscriptions Source The ktitorial composition of the donor Parthenios, his mother Maria and his deceased son Michael on the south wall of the Church of Saint Constantine and Helena in Ōhrid is accompanied with three greek commemorative inscriptions. The first one is a supplicant prayer for Maria, the mother of Parthenios (Δέησις τῆς δούλης τοῦ Θεοῦ Μαρίας πρεσβυτέρας, μήτηρ του κτήτορος τοῦ κὺρ Παρθενίου ἰἐρομοναχου). The second one is remembrance of the Michael, the deceased son of Parthenios (Ἐκοιμήθη ὁ δούλος τοῦ Θεοῦ Μιχαὴλ, ὁ ὑιὸς τοῦ Παρθενίου ἱερομοναχου καὶ κτήτορος). The third inscription commemorates Ioannes, the father of Parthenios (Μνήστητι Κύριε τὴν ψυχὴν τοῦ κεκοιμημένου δούλου σου τοῦ φυλεστάτου τοῦ ἱερέως Ιωἅννου, πατὴρ δὲ τοῦ κτήτορος, Παρθενίου ἱἐρομοναχου).
Land Inventory-Brebion (Nomic's Charter) Source The Land Inventory-Brebion is a register of all land holdings of the Monastery of the Holy Virgin in Htětovo. The collection is the work of one scribe, but it contains different acts coming from a wider time span. Until Bubalo's analysis the document was called after the first line Brěvno matere Božije Htětovskije. Bubalo corrected the reading into brebion, which is a loanword reflecting the greek word βρεβίον (inventory in the basic meaning). A copy of a Nomic’s Charter is also preserved in the Land Inventory-Brebion Nomics were public notaries in Serbia. The Nomic's Charter was created some time before the Brebion (1343-1345 or in the first half of the 1340's).
Lesnovo 1 Source The foundation charter of the Monastery of Lesnovo consists of a donation inscription in three parts on stone, of which two parts are in Slavonic and one part in Greek language. The Slavonic inscription starts on a marble architrave above the Western entrance of the katholikon (i.e. on the Eastern wall of the narthex) and continues outside above the Southern entrance to the naos. This inscription is dated to the years 1340/41 and calls the katholikon a "Church of the High Commander of the Heavenly Armies the Archistratigos Michael" (храмь великаго воѥводе вьїшних силь Aрхистратіга Mихаіла). The donors were the Serbian Great Vojvode (Veliki Vojvoda) Jovan Oliver with his wife Anna Mara (Ana Marija) and his son Kraiko (Krajko) during the reign of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355).
Lesnovo 2 Source In 1346/47 the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued the foundation charter of the Bishopric of Zletovo, by which the Monastery of Lesnovo was defined as its see.
Lesnovo 3 Source On 15 August 1381 the Serbian nobleman Konstantin Dragaš issued a charter donating the Monastery of Lesnovo to the Monastery of Hilandar on Mount Athos.
Lěskovljani Charter Source On 10 August 1354 the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued this charter for the Monastery of Hilandar, in which he confirmed the donation of the village of Lěskovljani by the lady Višeslava and her sons Bogdan and Bogoje to the Monastery of Hilandar.
Melnik 1 Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš V (reigned 1355–1371) confirmed in a chrysobull in May 1356, together with his mother, the Empress Jelena-Jelisaveta, the possession of the Church of Saint Nicholas in the town of Melnik with its landed property to the Metropolitan Kiril.
Parchment leaf from the Serbian Gospel with the afterword of Anagnost Radin Source
Pološko Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan donated in February 1340 the Church of Saint George to the Hilandar Monastery.
Prostagma Charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for the Hilandar Monastery Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan issued the prostagma charter in order to confirm proprietorial rights of the Hilandar Monastery over an area in the Strumica region. The charter might have been written between 1349 and 1353.
Prostagma Charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan from September 1352 Source Alexios Dukas Raul donated a land to the Asomatos metochion, which belonged to the Monastery of Saint John Prodromos near Serres. The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed the gift of Alexios to the monastery in a prostagma charter from September 1352.
Prostagma of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan intented for Kallinikos Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan issued the prostagma intented for the Kallinikos, the Hegumen of the Hilandar Monastery, on the 1th January 1348.
Psača Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) gave in 1354/1355 permission to his nobleman Vlatko Paskačić to donate the Church of Saint Nicholas (Sveti Nikola) in Psača, which Vlatko had erected on the inherited property (baština) of his father, together with the appertaining metochion to the Hilandar Monastery (I vьspomenu carstvu mi prěvьzljubljenʼny i pravověrnii vlastelinь carstva mi Vladko ō crьkvy svetago Nikoly jaže jestь sьzdalь na svoōi baštině Pʼsači a sь blagoslovljenijemь carstva mi...i poljubi prěd carstvomʼ mi i priloži svoju baštinu crьkvь svetago Nikoli na Psači prěsvetěi Bogorodici hilandarьskoi sь vsěmь metehōmь).
Sepulchral Inscription for Ostoja Rajaković Source The Sepulchral Inscription for Ostoja Rajaković, who died in 1379, is above the painted portrait composition of him in the arcosolium of the narthex in the Church of Holy Mother of God Peribleptos in Ōhrid.
Skopje Sveti Nikita 2 Source In ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328) confirmed, at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), the possessions of the Monastery of Sveti Nikita near Skopje for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos. This charter is only preserved in a Serbian translation. It seems plausible that Andronikos II had also issued a Greek charter in the years 1299/1300, because a parallel Byzantine charter on this topic is preserved by his Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320), which was issued most probably in the years 1299/1300 and in which most of the mentioned places had also been donated.
Stefan Uroš II Milutin's Charter concerning the rank order of Serbian bishops and abbots Source The Serbian king Stefan Uroš II Milutin together with archbishop Nikodim confirm the hierarchical order of the bishops and abbots of the most significant serbian bishoprics and monasteries. The charter was issued after the appointment of Nikodim (12.5.1317) and before the dead of the king Stefan Uroš II Milutin.
Stefan Uroš II Milutin's Charter for the Monastery of Gračanica Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin issued a charter for the Monastery of Gračanica. The original is not preserved. The text of the charter is known from the fresco of the diaconicon of the Monastarey of Gračanica. Due to this fact the date of issue is disputed. The year 1315 or 1321 comes into consideration.
Stefan Uroš II Milutin's Charter for the Tower of Hrusija of the Monastery of Hilandar Source The original of the chrysobull charter of the Serbian King Stefan Uros II Milutin is not preserved. The text of the document is known from an interpolated charter, which was issued between the end of the year 1313 and 26 July 1316 and from a forged charter, which can be dated on the ground of the used water mark between the years 1334 and 1336.
Stefan Uroš II Milutin's Charter for the city of Dubrovnik Source The Serbian king Stefan Uroš II Milutin donated a vineyard and an arable land to the city of Dubrovnik, which was in the possession of Dubrovnik already in the reign of Stefan Uroš I. The charter, which bears no date, was issued in the time of the knez (comes) Marin Đorđi (Marinus Zorzi), thus in 1288/1289. The charter was signed in Prizren in the presence of the sluga Dragoslav and Budislav Hvalьčikь.
Stefan Uroš III Dečanski's Charter for the Bishopric of Prizren Source King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski granted a chrysobull Charter to the Bishopric of Prizren. Although the charter is not dated, Siniša Mišić proposes, that it was written in April 1326.
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's Charter for the Carian Cell of Saint Sava in Jerusalem (Hil. 31) Source The Emperor Stefan Uroš IV. Dušan granted the village of Kosorići for the Carian Cell of Saint Sava in Jerusalem. The authentic charter was issued between august 1347 (terminus post quem) and the year 1348.
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's Charter for the Church of the Holy Mother of God Peribleptos in Ohrid Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan issued a charter for the Holy Mother of God Peribleptos in the town of Ohrid in the period from 1342 until 1345.
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's Charter for the Monastery of the Holy Virgin in Htětovo Source King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's Charter given to the Polog Monastery of Bogorodica Htětovska (Monastery of the Holy Virgin of Htetovo), well known as the Htětovo`s Charter. The Charter was issued between 24 September 1345 – 15 October 1345 (as terminus ante quem), when Stefan Dušan already started to use title “Master of almost the entire Empire of Romania” and for terminus post quem to be the period after the summer/autumn of 1343 when Stefan Dušan started using for the first time the title “Master and/or King of Greek lands”.
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's Charter for the monastery of Hilandar concerning the nobleman Rudlь Source The Serbian king Stefan Uroš IV Dušan subordinated the nobleman Rudlь from Strumica to the monastery of Hilandar. The charter bears the date of the year 1345, but according to Siniša Mišić this date should be correlated with the stated indiction and therefore corrected into the year 1343.
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's Charter for the nobleman Ivanko Proběštitōvikь Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed and certified, that the bought estates in and outside the town of Štip, the Church of St. John the Baptist in Štip and several subjects are part of the patrimony of the nobleman Ivanko Proběštitōvikь and his family. The charter was issued on 28. 5. 1350.
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's General Charter for the Monastery of Hilandar Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan's issued the so-called "General Charter (Opšta hrisovulja)" to the Monastery of Hilandar, through which he confirmed all previous donations and records of the land-inventory of the monastery. Although the charter bears the date 1348, it is with the utmost probability not an original. Lidija Slaveva considers the charter to be a copy that was written after the year 1365.
Ston 1 Source The Serbian king Stefan Uroš IV Dušan has ceded Ston, Rat and Posrednjica to the commune of the town Dubrovnik. The charter, which is describing this legal act, was issued on 22.01.1333 and is preserved only in two later transcripts.
Supplicant inscription on the band under the apse conch of the Virgin Maryʼs Church in Mali Grad Source The Supplicant inscription on the band under the apse conch of the Virgin Maryʼs Church in Mali Grad contains information about the painted decoration of the church, which was sponsored by Mpoeikos, Eudokia and her son in 1344-1345.
Svetoarhandjelovska hrisovulja Source In or soon after 1347/48 the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued the so-called "Svetoarhandjelovska hrisovulja" in favour of the Monastery of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel near Prizren. This charter mentions several Vlach and Albanian katuns.
The Charter of Danilь, the Bishop of Vodoča and Strumica, and Grigorije, the Bishop of Banьska Source Danilь, the Bishop of Vodoča and Strumica, and Grigorije, the Bishop of Banьska settled in 1375/1376 at the behest of the Serbian Despots Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš several land disputes in the area of Strumica.
The Charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan to Anagnost Dragoje Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan issued the charter for Anagnost Dragoje in Skopje on 21th May 1349.
The Chrysobull charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for the Esphigmenu Monastery from April/May 1346 Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed in April/May 1346 the possessions of the Esphigmenu Monastery and returned to them a part of the village Portarea in the Chalkidike, which was previously held by Anataulas.
The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirming the donation to the Hilandar Monastery on the Holy Mount Athos Source The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed on the 1th June 1377, that the Čelnik Stanislav donated the Church of Sveti Vlasija (Saint Blaise) with other possessions to the Hilandar Monastery.
The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirming the donation to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos after 1376/1377 Source The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed after 1376/1377 the donation of several possessions in the area of the Strumica river to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos.
The act of the Serbian Despot of Ioan Uglješa to the Monastery of Batopedi from 1369/1371 Source The Serbian Despot Joan Uglješa gave the selište located between the village Akrotirion and the river Plumiska as a tax-free property to the Monastery of Batopedi with all rights. He issued a charter on this occasion probably between 1369 and 1371.
The act of the ecclesiastical court in Serres from October 1366 Source The ecclesiastical court at Serres rejected in October 1366 the claims of megas primikerios Georgios Isaris. He required the sum, which Georgios Stanisas, his son-in-law, paid in order to obtain adelphata. When Stanisas died, Isaris tried to get the money of his son-in-law back. He did not even hesitate to forge documents related to the affair.
The charter of Demetrios Dukas Kabasilas from March 1369 Source The Megas Pappias Demetrios Dukas Kabasilas issued in March 1369 at request of the monks of Zographu Monastery a written account of the circumstances concerning the exchange of land, which belonged to the Sarabare Monastery.
The charter of Iakobos, the Metropolitan of Serres, about the boundaries of the metochion of the Philotheou Monastery from December 1355 Source Iakobos, the Metropolitan of Serres, summoned a commision in order to establish exact boundaries of the metochion of the Philotheu Monastery in Kremna and Tzainou. He issued a charter with the findings of the commision in December 1355.
The charter of Iakobos, the Metropolitan of Serres, for the Hilandar Monastery from November 1360 Source Several local nobleman, which lived in the vicinity of the metochion Saint Nicholas in Kamenikaia, took in possesion some of its estates. Iakobos returned the unjustly annexed lands to the Hilandar Monastery in November 1360.
The charter of the Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) for the starьcь duhovьnikь kyrь Daniilь Source The Serbian Despot Joan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) confirmed on 29th May 1369 the donation of Kaisar Boichnas (Vojihna) for the starьcь duhovьnikь kyrь Daniilь.
The charter of veliki sluga Jovan Oliver in favour of the Monastery of Saint Demetrius in Kočane Source Jovan Oliver, the veliki sluga of the Serbian Lands and Pomorje (Iōanь veliki sluga Ōliverь vьse srpskie zemlie i pomorskie), issued a charter for the Monastery of Saint Demetrius in Kočane on 7th December between the years 1332-1341.
The chrysobull charter of the Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) for the Monastery Simonos Petras on the Holy Mount Athos from 1368 Source The Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) issued a chrysobull charter for the Monastery Simonos Petras on the Holy Mount Athos in 1368. The charter is preserved only in a copy produced in 1622/1623 during the Patriarchate of Kyrillos Lukaris.
The chrysobull charter of the Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) for the Monastery of Kutlumus from April 1369 Source The Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) issued the chrysobull charter for the Monastery of Kutlumus on the Mount Athos in April 1369.
The chrysobull charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for Georgios Batatses Phokopulos from May 1352 Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan permitted in May 1352 Georgios Batatses Phokoulos to donate his zeugelateion at Lestiane and Tumba to the Monastery of Saint John Prodromos near Serres.
The chrysobull charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for the Batopedi Monastery from April 1348 Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed in April 1348 the old privileges of the Batopedi Monastery. He also donated new landed estates to the monastery.
The chrysobull charter of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for the Monastery of Saint John Prodromos near Serres from October 1345 Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed the estates, rights and privileges of the Monastery of Saint John Prodromos near Serres. The chrysobull charter was issued in October 1345.
The colophone of the manuscript of Lětovnik from 1386 Source Radovanь was the sponsor of the slavic version of the chronicle of Georgios Monachos (the so-called Lětovnikь). He commisioned in 1386 Rōmanь and Vasïlь, the scribes and monks from the Hilandar Monastery, to copy the manuscript. Rōmanь and Vasïlь wrote a colophone with brief information about the manuscript (I ispisa se sija kniga, lětopisьcь, vь Svetěi Gōrě, vь ōbytěli svetyje i carьskyje i čьstnije lavry prěsvetije bogorodice Hilandara blagočьštivomu i hristoljubivomu gospodinu Radovanu, ponježe vьshotě iměti siju knigu vь domu svojemь, i naslaždati se pročitanijem ōt njeje minuvšïih drevnïih car ōt Adama daže do potopa, i ōt potopa do Hrista, po Hristě blagočьstivyih carь i svetyih i duhovnosnïih mužïi daaže do carьstva Konstantina Irïnina syna. I togda igumьnьstvujuštu vь tomžde monastyri Hïlandari mitropolitu carьskago grada sěra kyr Savě, i pri njem ispisa se povelěnijem i potьštanijemь jaže ō njei ljubve radi gospodina Radovana čьstnomu starcu kyr Ïōasafu rukama mnogogrěšnih i směrennyhь taha monahь Rōmana i Vasïlïa.)
The decision of the court summoned by the Metropolitan of Serres from August 1365 Source The dispute over a plot of land in the village Zetinon (Zintzu) and a Church of Saint George was decided by a court summoned by Sabas, the Metropolitan of Serres, in favor of the Esphigmenu Monastery against the Kastamonitu Monastery. The decision of the court was issued in August 1365.
The horismos charter with the power of a chrysobullos charter issued by the Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) for the Zographu Monastery from February 1369 Source The Serbian Despot Ioan Uglješa (Ioannes Unklesis) confirmed in the charter issued in February 1369 the land of the Sarabare Monastery in the vicinity of Hierissos as an eternal property of the Zographu Monastery.
The inscription for Voihna Source The inscription on the stone gravestone, which was found in the Church of Saint George near Konjuh. It refers to Voihna, who was the courtier of Radovanь. The inscription was made between 1362 and 1374 († a se ležitь rabь boži Voihna dvoraninь Radovanovь mladь prěstavi se k.e. dьnь i bogь da prosti).
The prostagma charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for Georgios Batatses Phokopulos from April 1346 Source The Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan confirmed the right of Georgios Phokopulos to build a second watermill on his property in a prostagma charter from April 1346.
The prostagma charter of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan for Raiko, the governor of Trilision and Brontu Source Rajko was asked by the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan to not collect the toll from the 25 nomismata intented for Kyprianos, the Bishop of Pheremai. Rajko should also bring the prostagma, which was issued on this occasion between September and December 1345, to Kyprianos.
Treskavac 1 Source After the conquest of the town of Prilep and its surrounding area, King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued a Slavonic charter in 1334/35 for the Monastery of Treskavec to the North of Prilep. He donated villages, settlements, abandoned lands, summer and winter pastures, watermills, metochia and churches as well as a fair in the town of Prilep to the monastery. Božidar Ferjančić argued that the second charter (Treskavac 2) for the Monastery of Treskavec is a forgery, while the first and third (Treskavac 1 and 3) are authentic. Djordje Bubalo advanced the opinion that the second charter (Treskavac 2) is an unofficial document based on the first and the third charter (Treskavac 1 and 3).
Treskavac 2 Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued a second Slavonic charter in 1343/44 for the Monastery of Treskavec to the North of Prilep. He confirmed current properties and donated further villages, settlements, abandoned lands, summer and winter pastures, watermills, metochia and churches in the region of Prilep to the monastery. Božidar Ferjančić argued that the second charter (Treskavac 2) for the Monastery of Treskavec is a forgery, while the first and third (Treskavac 1 and 3) are authentic. Djordje Bubalo advanced the opinion that the second charter (Treskavac 2) is an unofficial document based on the first and the third charter (Treskavac 1 and 3).
Treskavac 3 Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued a third Slavonic charter in 1344/45 for the Monastery of Treskavec to the North of Prilep. He confirmed current properties and donated further villages, settlements, abandoned lands, summer and winter pastures, watermills and mills, a mine, metochia and churches in the region of Prilep to the monastery. Božidar Ferjančić argued that the second charter (Treskavac 2) for the Monastery of Treskavec is a forgery, while the first and third (Treskavac 1 and 3) are authentic. Djordje Bubalo advanced the opinion that the second charter (Treskavac 2) is an unofficial document based on the first and the third charter (Treskavac 1 and 3).
Ulijara Source The Chrysobull of the Serbian king Stefan Uroš II Milutin regarding the abandoned village of a beekeeper near the river Bistrica in the proximity of Peć is a forgery from the 15th century. The biography of the Serbian king Stefan Uroš II Milutin, which forms a part of the the charter, shows similarities with Danilo's biography of Stefan Uroš II Milutin.
Životi kraljeva i arhiepiskopa srpskih Source The archbishop Danilo II. (ca. 1270/1275 - 19.12. 1337) wrote the hagiographies of the Serbian king Dragutin and Stefan Uroš II Milutin, their mother Jelena and of the first three successors of the St. Sava and created thereby the core of the collection which bears the title “The Lives of the Serbian Kings and Archbishops” (Danilov zbornik). The already existing hagiographies of the founders of the dynasty and the autocephalous church (Nemanja and Sava) were considered as a model. Later, other biographies, including those of Danilo, the king Stefan Uroš III. Dečanski and the king Stefan Uroš IV Dušan, were added by continuators.