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The Bosnian Tetraevangelium from Vrutok
The Bosnian Tetraevangelium from Vrutok

Author(s): Lejla Nakaš
Subject(s): Museology & Heritage Studies, Studies of Literature, Biblical studies, Systematic Theology, Philology, Translation Studies, Theory of Literature
Published by: Međunarodni forum Bosna

Summary/Abstract: The Bosnian Tetraevangelium from Vrutok belongs to the Popović family from the village of Vrutok near Gostivar. There are modern marginal notes associated with this family surname dating from the beginning of the last century, when Prokopi¬je Popović, a graduand of the Skopje Teachers’ College, signed the manuscript to mark it as his property, while, in 1927, one of his heirs, Damjan Popović, signed folio 147b. The last owner, Dobrivoj Popovski, gave permission for the manuscript to be re¬corded on microfilm a full half-century after its first philological presentation. Not long afterwards it was deposited with the Saint Clement of Ohrid National Library in Skopje.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 67-68
  • Page Range: 677-718
  • Page Count: 42
  • Language: English