The mutual influence of Eastern and Western writing traditions in the Peresopnitsia Gospel Cover Image

Взаимовлияние восточной и западной книжных традициих в структуре пересопницкого евангелия
The mutual influence of Eastern and Western writing traditions in the Peresopnitsia Gospel

Author(s): Natalia Kotova
Subject(s): History, Language and Literature Studies, Cultural history, Comparative history, History of ideas, Middle Ages, Theology and Religion, Comparative Studies of Religion, History of Religion
Published by: Издателска къща "Гутенберг"
Keywords: religions, Christianity; Russia; lexical usage;lexicological analysis; Christian texts; religious texts
Summary/Abstract: The Peresopnitsia Gospel (PG) is manuscript created in the second half of the 16th century in the contact zone of two traditions, the West and the East. The manuscript was made in a way that allowed it to be used by representatives of both the Roman and the Byzantine rites, which is evidenced by several type of textual breakups: liturgical, one approaching Byzantine lectionaries in the large chapters also continues the Latin tradition reflected in Gennady's Bible (GB) and other manuscripts related to it.