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The purpose of this paper is to determine the characteristics of Akathist topics in monumental painting of Dionysius the example Ferapontova frescoes of the monastery.
The novelty of the work is determined by the fact that the iconography of Dionysius Bogorodyts'ka determines the specific image of the Akathist to the monumental painting of the period of Muscovy end of the XV century. All information Bogorodyts'ka iconography of the period compared with the model, which is defined as the content of hymnographic chants. On this basis, analyzes the nature of the display of the Akathist to the iconography of Dionysius, for example Ferapontova frescoes of the monastery. In the first part of the Akathist to the Mother of God illustrate Dionysius follows the Byzantine tradition, introducing only a change in the tradition of illustrating kontakion 1. Turning to writing the dogmatic part of the Akathist, Dionysius interprets all the new songs.
It was revealed that it was in the late XV century Russian tradition stands Akafist images. The analysis of the plot of the program in the frescoes of Dionysius gives reason to believe that at this stage already, a new tradition of the image of Our Lady of the Akathist associated with the specifics of veneration of the Virgin in the XVI century Russian culture.