Anisava Miltenova. South Slavonic Apocryphal Collections. In English

 

     The book represents a study of the textology, typology, sources and literary peculiarities of the miscellanies of mixed content in the South Slavonic tradition (end of 13th  beginning of 18th c.). The problem is closely related to the apocryphal collections in the Balkan Cyrillic manuscripts, as the Apocrypha are a significant part of this type of manuscripts. The scope of the study is to popularize the series and texts that fill the gap in the translation and perception of the Slavonic Apocrypha. New information is presented over the sources of translations, as well as the compilation approach of Slavonic writers, which reproduces a new version of the texts. The copies of the Slavonic texts are published in the supplement.

 

Table of contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Essence and scope of the concept of “Mixed-Content Miscellany”

Miscellanies with mixed content of the 14th-18th centuries

1. 14th century

2. 15th century

3. 16th century

4. 17th18th century

5. Typology of mixed content miscellanies

Apocryphal collections

1. Apocryphal cycle about the Holy Tree attributed to St. Gregory the Theologian and the Story about Adam and Eve

2. The apocryphal series about Abraham

3. The apocryphal series about David and Solomon

4. Story about Prophet Samuel

5. Story about Handsome Joseph

6. Series of stories about Evil Women

Abbreviations

Bibliography

Appendix

Index

Южнославянски апокрифни текстове

 

 

Details
Publisher East–West Publishing
Language Bulgarian
Pages 328
Illustrations b/w figures
Binding paperback
ISBN 978-619-7372-12-0
Creation date 2018
Size 16 х 24 cm

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