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Соколова А. В. Акафистные напевы в традиции храмов и монастырей Центральной России // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2013. Вып. 2 (11). С. 128-189.
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This article focuses on the akathistus’ singing in the contemporary practice of divine service in Russian Orthodox Church. The material of study are lots of records with akathistus’ tunes and some musical texts. Among them are as published materials as unpublished ones. Last ones were given the author by regents and choristers working in churches and monasteries of Central Russia. These materials are collected, decoded and analysed by the author and on the basis of this evidens some results were obtained. The author can reveal specific nature of widespread akathistus’ tunes as one as Sarovsky tune and so called Akademichesky tune, also can show peculiarities of local acathistus’ tunes used only in one or two churches and monasteries
akathistus, akathistus’ singing, akathistus’ tune, icos, refrain, kondak, line, variantnesse

Виноградова Е. А., Соколова О. А. Икона "Распятие" 1708 года вологодского иконописца Ивана Григорьева Маркова. Особенности стиля и иконографии // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия V: Вопросы истории и теории христианского искусства. 2016. Вып. 1 (21). С. 49-58. DOI: 10.15382/sturV201621.49-58
This article contains an analysis of stylistic and iconographic peculiarities of a restored in 2015 “Crucifixion” icon. The icon was created in 1708 by a famous Vologda painter Ivan Grigorievich Markov. He worked formally close to miniature painting and often used narrative scenes. However this icon reveals a new faset of artist's work. The “Crucifixion” stands out from other Markov’s icons because of its monumental size and uncommon composition elements, which appear in the Vologda icon painting school in the late 17th — early 18th Centuries.
Vologda icon painter, a family of icon painters, stylistic and iconographic peculiarities, author's signature.

1. Suvorov N. (ed.) Opisanie Vologodskogo kafedral'nogo Sofijskogo sobora (Descripyin of St. Sophia Cathedral of Vologda), Moscow, 1863.
2. Dmitrievskij I. Istoricheskoe, dogmaticheskoe i tainstvennoe iz’jasnenie Bozhestvennoj Liturgii (Historical, Dogmatical and Mystical Explanation of Divine Liturgy).
3. Buseva-Davydova I. L. 2003 “Ikona «Raspjatie Hristovo»” (Icon “Resurrection of Christ”), in «I po plodam uznaetsja drevo…»: Russkaja ikonopis' XV–XX vekov iz sobranija Viktora Bondarenko, Moscow, 2003, pp. 305–316.
Vinogradova Elena
Sokolova Ol'ga