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V. sphragis. Cheirotonia is used for the self-investiture of the superior in (22) Evergetis  and is translated as “installation” here and as “nomination” by P. Gautier, “Le typikon de la Théotokos Evergétis,” REB 40 (1982), 46. Procheirisis is used for the lay investiture in (19) Panoiktirmon  and for the installation of the superior by the bishop in (34) Machairas , where it is later described as sphragis . 65 On auto-investiture at Cluny, see Dominique Iogna-Prat, “Coutumes et statuts clunisiens comme sources historiques (ca.
Ephraim, Biblos periechousa kanonas merikon tinon hagion . . (Venice, 1756), pp. 24–45; (34) Machairas: ed. Ephraim, Typike Diataxis hos euretai tes kata neson Kypron sebasmias kai basilikes mones tes hyperagias Theotokou, Machairidos epilegomenes (Venice, 1756); (45) Neophytos: ed. Archimandrite Kyprianos, Typike syn Theo Diataxis kai logoi eis ten hexaemeron tou hosiou patros hemon Neophytou tou Enkleistou (Venice, 1779). 6 (4) Stoudios [B], ed. Angelo Mai, Nova patrum bibliotheca, vol. 5 (Rome, 1849), pp.
In the case of disagreement, in (32) Mamas , the superior was chosen by lot, and in (37) Auxentios, the superior of the monastery of the archangel Michael was appointed by the emperor . How a new superior took office was apparently of less concern to the writers of the typika than to western monastic reformers, for whom the question of investiture was at the heart of the eleventh-century reform movement. 64 According to (27) Kecharitomene, the new superior took her pastoral staff from the altar , which corresponded to the procedure known in the West as auto- or self-investiture,65 and in (58) Menoikeion, the bishop was explicitly forbidden to install the superior .
Byzantine Monastic Foundation Documents: A Complete Translation of the Surviving Founders' Typika and Testaments (Dumbarton Oaks Studies) by John Philip Thomas, Angela Constantinides Hero