New Late Church Slavonic Version of the Revelation of Methodius Patarensis
- Author(s): Anissava Miltenova
- Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies // Philology // Theory of Literature // Language studies //
Published by: Institute for Literature BAS
- Print ISSN: 1312-238X
Historical and apocalyptic literature in Slavonic tradition after 1453 (the fall of Constantinople) is a very interesting phenomenon because of the different interpolations interwoven with very early translations. Practically, basic Byzantine prototypes were preserved, together with аn accumulation of the memory of the past and with the assessment of actual events and processes. The newly-discovered MS 760, National Library of Serbia in Belgrade, from the first decade of the 16th century sheds new light on the text tradition of the Revelation of Methodius Patarensis.
Page Range: 165-189
No. of Pages: 25
Language: EnglishYear: 2019
Issue No:: Scripta & e-Scripta vol. 19, 2019
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Prof., Dsc. Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, BulgariaDescription
Anissava Miltenova is Professor, Dr. Habil. and Chair of the Department of Old Bulgarian Literature in the Institute of literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Recent and current research areas: text transmission in the Slavia Orthodoxa; typology of the macrostructure of Medieval Slavic Miscellanies; florilegia; apocrypha, Repertorium of the Balkan Cyrillic Manuscripts (encoding with computer tools). Since 1994 she coordinated several projects on computer processing of medieval Slavic manuscripts (joint with Pittsburgh University, USA; University of Gothenburg, Sweden; British Library, London, England; Institute of Russian language, Moscow, etc.).
SUBJECT: Language and Literature Studies // Philology // Theory of Literature // Language studies //