Polata Knigopisnaia: Volume 29-30 (July 1996)

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Cover and Table of Contents
Capaldo, Mario; Veder, William R. p. 1
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A Message from the Editors
Capaldo, Mario; Veder, William R. pp. 2-3
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The Apostolus Christinopolitanus and the Text of the Old Slavic Apostolus: The Lessons for Saturday and Sunday of Weeks 10-20 after Pentecost
van der Tak, Johannes G. pp. 4-49
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The Lost Banica Gospel Folia from Luke and John
Vakareliyska, Cynthia pp. 50-177
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    Cover and Table of Contents
    (William R. Veder and Michael Bakker, Slavisch Seminarium UvA, Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1996-07) Capaldo, Mario; Veder, William R.
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    A Message from the Editors
    (William R. Veder and Michael Bakker, Slavisch Seminarium UvA, Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1996-07) Capaldo, Mario; Veder, William R.
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    The Apostolus Christinopolitanus and the Text of the Old Slavic Apostolus: The Lessons for Saturday and Sunday of Weeks 10-20 after Pentecost
    (William R. Veder and Michael Bakker, Slavisch Seminarium UvA, Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1996-07) van der Tak, Johannes G.
    This paper offers the critical text of the ‘Lectionary core’ of the Old Slavic Apostolus. It is established on the basis of a critical recension of some twenty manuscripts of various dates and origins. The publication aims at several goals, the most important being to clarify the position of the Apostolus Christinopolitanus in the textual tradition of the Slavic Apostolus. The second goal is to show how, by the use of modern technology as well as proven scientific methods from adjacent disciplines, like Classics and Theology, a scientifically sound and yet accessible text of the Slavic Version of the New Testament can be produced. The third is to shift the accent in the treatment of manuscripts by Slavists from the ‘monument’ they constitute towards the text they contain. My last goal is to provoke reactions from the scientific communities of Slavists as well as Bible scholars on such an approach to the Slavic Version of the New Testament.
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    The Lost Banica Gospel Folia from Luke and John
    (William R. Veder and Michael Bakker, Slavisch Seminarium UvA, Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1996-07) Vakareliyska, Cynthia
    This study provides a transcription of the equivalent Curzon Gospel text and liturgical rubrics for those passages that are missing from the Banica Gospel's books of Luke and John (Luke 16:14-17:2, 17:24-18:9, 21:7-22:12, John 10:41-11:25, 11:47-12:10, 16:30-17:17, 19:7-27), together with annotations comparing the Curzon version with the text and rubrics from six other contemporaneous and earlier South Slavic tetraevangelia.