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THE DONATION IN THE METROPOLIS OF MOLDAVIA AND SUCEAVA, IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY. „PANTAHUZELOR DOSSIER”

Vasile-Lucian V. Goldan
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Vasile-Lucian V. Goldan: Faculty of History, History Doctoral School, University „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Iași

Law, Society & Organisations, 2019, issue 7 (2/2019), 47-51

Abstract: The donation or the practice of aid collection, in order to build or rehabilitate a place of worship, is an old habit in Romania, and during the arch-shepherding of Metropolitan Iosif Naniescu (1875-1902) in Iași, this was one of the most common options. In order to ensure the transparency of this action, the fundraising action had to have the blessing of the bishop of the place. This blessing was called „pantahuză” (gr. πανταχοῦσα), a document issued by the metropolitan or episcopal chancellery, signed by the bishop and given to a community, in response to an initial request. The present paper attempts to present in an objective and systematic manner the main issues of financial aid collection, both in villages and cities, by virtue of the document called „pantahuză”.

Keywords: Pantahuză; Metropolis of Moldavia and Suceava; Metropolitan Iosif Naniescu; The second half of the 19th century (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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