Representation of the Interethnic Relations in the Christian Environment of the Holy Land Based on the Materials of the Palestinian Hagiography of the 8th — 9th Centuries
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Representation of the Interethnic Relations in the Christian Environment of the Holy Land Based on the Materials of the Palestinian Hagiography of the 8th — 9th Centuries
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S207987840010562-7-1
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10.18254/S207987840010562-7
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Artemiy Shishov 
Affiliation: Lomonosov Moscow State University
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract

This article is devoted to different forms of interaction between different ethno-confessional groups living in Palestine in the Early Middle Ages. Representatives of various religious and linguistic groups clashed in Palestine daily. Syrians, Arabs, Greeks, even representatives of Western Europe fell into this “melting pot”. For peaceful coexistence, these groups needed to understand each other’s language, to learn the language of the “alien”, which led to an involuntary rapprochement of these groups. The article discusses the representation of this convergence in hagiographic literature created within Palestine and for local residents.

Keywords
Melkites, Palestine, 8th — 9th centuries, hagiography, monastic life
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14.03.2020
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30.07.2020
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