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Patriarch Justinian in the vision of Bartolomeu Valeriu Anania: a possible but unwritten book (?)
The article refers to the way Patriarch Justinian is portrayed by Metropolitan Bartolomeu in his writings. Metropolitan Bartolomeu made substantial and significant testimonies about this “providential” Patriarch, through written or spoken evocations on various occasions, in which his word was important as a message, information, confession or commentary. From these texts, the image of Patriarch Justinian appears homogeneously, and it would be appropriate to ask, as a working hypostasis, if it would not be possible to draw out from them, without the requirements of art or the desired stylistic unity, a book of evocations.