The Independent Transmission of Chapter 21 of the Slavonic De hominis opificio in Codex Mosquensis, Russian State Archive 88 (Obolensky collection 201) Cover Image
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The Independent Transmission of Chapter 21 of the Slavonic De hominis opificio in Codex Mosquensis, Russian State Archive 88 (Obolensky collection 201)
The Independent Transmission of Chapter 21 of the Slavonic De hominis opificio in Codex Mosquensis, Russian State Archive 88 (Obolensky collection 201)

Author(s): Anisava Miltenova, Lara Sels
Subject(s): Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Studies of Literature, Philology, Theory of Literature
Published by: Институт за литература - BAN
Keywords: De hominis opificio; Athonite tradition; despot Stefan Lazarević; bishop Michael „Metropolitan of Banya; that is; of Kolasia; Kratovo and Shtip

Summary/Abstract: The paper discusses the newly discovered fragment (No. 88, Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts, Obolensky collection f. 201, first decades of 16th c.) of Gregory of Nyssa’s De hominis opificio in Slavonic translation. It also offers an edition of the text in parallel with its Greek source, an English translation with references and biblical quotations, the Slavonic archetype, and the text of the same fragment in No. 1032, National Library in Sofia.

  • Issue Year: 2020
  • Issue No: 20
  • Page Range: 137-159
  • Page Count: 23
  • Language: English