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Talk:Vatopedi Monastery (Athos)

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The monks at Vatopedi attest the name is derived from the discovery of a child ('pedi' in Greek means child) found under a vatos (could be shrubs or a large rock or such but I am not sure of this). The way it was explained by the monks themselves is that the child was the lost son of a nobleman who prayed for his safe return, once miraculously found alive a monastery was built in dedication to the mother of God at the place where the child was found named “Vatopedi.
:Kai omos, an old publication from this Monastery (written in Greek) for one of its icons describes the history/origin of the name as "OR" ... you can also refer to the "citation" within the body of the article ... [[User:Ixthis888|Vasiliki]] 12:05, September 3, 2008 (UTC)
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