- The behaviour of the Archimandrite also provoked differing interpretations: Miss Logan discerned an amiable candour where Miss Fergusson saw only sly obsequiousness.
- Vuk's next project was a Serbian dictionary, and to help him in collecting words to include in it he made a journey to Serbia in 1816 on his way back to Vienna, calling on his old friend the archimandrite Lukian Muiki in the monastery at iatovac in the Fruka Gora.
- Without a word she left the Archimandrite's cell, swept from the courtyard in a manner which made three sheep instinctively follow her, and started down the mountainside.
- Smiling, the Archimandrite invited them to his cell, which proved to be one of the tiny dwellings built hard against the outer wall of the church.
- The Archimandrite continued to smile, and his mood still appeared to Miss Logan a gracious one.
- When the Archimandrite suggested that the two ladies might like to lodge at the monastery that night, she was briefly dismissive; when he pressed his offer of hospitality further, she was brusque.
- As he was conducting them across the dozen or so yards, the Archimandrite appeared to touch Miss Fergusson's elbow by way of courteous but strictly unnecessary guidance.
- The Archimandrite spread both hands and circled to indicate the neighbouring countryside.
- Then she put questions to the Archimandrite which provoked a severe apprehension in Miss Logan.
- The Archimandrite raised his beaker towards the women, and drank fully; whereupon his servant poured for him again.
- The archimandrite was rebuked by Metropolitan Stratimirovi for keeping "that blasphemer amongst your priests".
- Books by Carlo Carletto, Archbishop Anthony Bloom, Archimandrite Sophromy (Collins; Darton Longman Todd; Mowbrays respectively) are about prayer.
- Eutyches, archimandrite (or abbot) of a monastery in Constantinople, believed that in effect there was only one nature.