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The Apocalypse of John in the 14th century Croatian Glagolitic Vatican Illirico 5 Breviary


Badurina Stipčević, Vesna
The Apocalypse of John in the 14th century Croatian Glagolitic Vatican Illirico 5 Breviary // Palaeoslavica. International Journal for the Study of Slavic Medieval Literature, History, Language and Ethnology. (Cambridge, Massachusetts), 25 (2017), 2; 138-165 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
The Apocalypse of John in the 14th century Croatian Glagolitic Vatican Illirico 5 Breviary

Autori
Badurina Stipčević, Vesna

Izvornik
Palaeoslavica. International Journal for the Study of Slavic Medieval Literature, History, Language and Ethnology. (Cambridge, Massachusetts) (1070-5465) 25 (2017), 2; 138-165

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Apocalypse of John, Croatian Glagolitic Breviary, Vatican Illirico 5 Breviary, Croatian Glagolitic Biblical Texts

Sažetak
Lessons from the Apocalypse of John are found in service books of the twenty-three manuscript or printed Glagolitic breviaries from the 13th to the 16th century. They were read as part of the Easter cycle. The Apocalypse is one of the rare Croatian Glagolitic biblical books to be preserved in its entirety. The full text with 22 chapters was found in no less than six breviaries: Vat5 VO N1 Dab N2 Lab2, while other breviaries contain shorter readings. The breviary Vat5 stands out among other Croatian Glagolitic breviaries on account of the length of biblical readings. The text is of special value because it is highly representative of the southern group of breviaries, i.e. of the subgroup in which texts are (almost) completely adapted from the Latin source.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



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Autor s matičnim brojem:
Vesna Stipčević, (126364)

Uključenost u ostale bibliografske baze podataka:


  • International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)
  • LLBA: Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts
  • MEDLINE