Pope Clement, who was drowned in the sea in Crimea, became a symbol of the Slavis tradition related to st. Cyril and Methodius, who found his relics, he also became the first patron saint of Kievan Rus'. The presence of this cult in the earliest Kievan culture gives evidence of its Cyrillo-Methodian orientation.

Il culto di San Clemente di Roma nell’ Antica Rus’

NAUMOW, Aleksander
2012

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Pope Clement, who was drowned in the sea in Crimea, became a symbol of the Slavis tradition related to st. Cyril and Methodius, who found his relics, he also became the first patron saint of Kievan Rus'. The presence of this cult in the earliest Kievan culture gives evidence of its Cyrillo-Methodian orientation.
Multa et Varia. Studi offerti a Maria Marcella Ferraccioli e Gianfranco Giraudo
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