Theology and Religion

The Neapolitan Wall Calendar From a Medieval Slavic Perspective Scripta & e-Scripta vol. 14-15, 2015 floyd Sat, 07/11/2015 - 08:01

This paper examines correspondences between unusual saints’ commemorations in the 9th-century Latin Neapolitan Wall Calendar and medieval Slavic calendars of saints, focusing on the menology to the Bulgarian Apostolus No. 882, the Zograph Trephologion (Draganov Menaion) and Palauzov Menaion, and the menology to the Ohrid Apostol. The analysis is based on data from Archimandrite Sergij’s collation of Slavic and Greek calendars of saints, and from the author’s electronic menology collation, for which Professor David J. Birnbaum developed the digital blueprint.

Subject: History Language studies Language and Literature Studies Cultural history Theoretical Linguistics Studies of Literature Middle Ages Historical Linguistics Theology and Religion Comparative Linguistics 6th to 12th Centuries Philology Translation Studies
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