The Number of XV–XVIIth Century East Slavic Manuscript Copies Stemming from the XIth Century Old Bulgarian Codex Suprasliensis
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Сергей Юрьевич Темчин
Институт литовского языка
Published 2015-02-04
https://doi.org/10.15388/SlavViln.2014.59.4897
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Keywords

hagiography
Old Church Slavonic literature
Cyrillic manuscripts
Grand Duchy of Lithuanian
Codex Suprasliensis

How to Cite

Темчин С. Юрьевич (2015) “The Number of XV–XVIIth Century East Slavic Manuscript Copies Stemming from the XIth Century Old Bulgarian Codex Suprasliensis”, Slavistica Vilnensis, 590, pp. 30-40. doi: 10.15388/SlavViln.2014.59.4897.

Abstract

There are four XV–XVIIth century East Slavic manuscripts written in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL) that are indirect copies of the XIth century Old Bulgarian Codex Suprasliensis. Recently some scholars have proposed adding to the list another three XV–XVIth century East Slavic Menaion readers (two of which were written outside the GDL). The author demonstrates that these three manuscripts do not stem from the Codex Suprasliensis, but represent an alternative edition of the Menaion reader which contains a number of texts in a quite different textual version. The article presents a list of the distinguishing features which help mutually separate the two structurally similar versions of the Old Church Slavonic Menaion reader for March.

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