This paper offers the first paleographic, codicological and textual description of a number of Old East Slavic manuscripts dating from the 16 and 17 centuries, which contain the Old Church Slavonic translation of the Liturgical collection of the 16 Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus the Theologian. These testimonies, which had for a long time escaped scholarly attention, are preserved in the Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts in Moscow, in the Research Library of Tomsk State University, in the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine in Kyiv, and in the Korolenko State Scientific Library in Kharkiv.

Neizvestnye i maloizvestnye rukopisi 16 Slov Grigorija Bogoslova iz rossijskich i ukrainskich sobranij

BRUNI, ALESSANDRO MARIA
2022

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This paper offers the first paleographic, codicological and textual description of a number of Old East Slavic manuscripts dating from the 16 and 17 centuries, which contain the Old Church Slavonic translation of the Liturgical collection of the 16 Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus the Theologian. These testimonies, which had for a long time escaped scholarly attention, are preserved in the Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts in Moscow, in the Research Library of Tomsk State University, in the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine in Kyiv, and in the Korolenko State Scientific Library in Kharkiv.
Monfokon. Issledovanija po paleografii, kodikologii i diplomatike / Montfaucon. Études de paléographie, de codicologie et de diplomatique
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