Ms. Sl. 156 from the Library of the Romanian Academy and Its Place in the Textual Tradition of Pentecostal Panegyrics Cover Image
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Ръкопис Sl. 156 от Библиотеката на Румънската академия и мястото му в текстовата традиция на триодните панигирици
Ms. Sl. 156 from the Library of the Romanian Academy and Its Place in the Textual Tradition of Pentecostal Panegyrics

Author(s): Klimentina Ivanova
Subject(s): History, Language and Literature Studies, Literary Texts, Cultural history, Library and Information Science, Archiving, Cataloguing, Classification, Middle Ages, Theology and Religion
Published by: Институт за литература - BAN

Summary/Abstract: Ms. Sl. 156 (RA156) is an extensive Pentecostal Panegyric which includes texts from Holy Week through the Sunday of All Saints. The manuscript is incomplete, but its largest lacuna has been filled up from a miscellany of fragments in the collection of P. A. Shchukin, the State Historical Museum in Moscow. The fifth fragment of Shchuk 369 (Shchuk 369/V), located on Fol. 56r-68v according to the general foliation of the textual body, comprises folia that have been extracted from two different parts of a single jer manuscript. The first group of texts is related to Thomas Sunday (10 fol.), the second to Ascension (3 fol.). The manuscript dates from the 1320s-1330s. It has no jers and was written on Mt. Athos, then evidently transported to Romania by Paisii Velichkovski. This codex reveals a notable correlation between the orthography and the arrangement of the texts within each cycle of feasts, which sets it apart from other known South Slavic panegyrica and suggests that there could have been more than one protograph of the Pentecostal Panegyric.

  • Issue Year: 2016
  • Issue No: 53-54
  • Page Range: 62-81
  • Page Count: 20
  • Language: Bulgarian, Old Slavonic, Old Bulgarian