ЛѢТОПИСЬ: 15-30. августа 1983 г.: София. Второй семинар по славянской палеографии и дипломатике
Keywords:Seminar on Slavic Paleography and Diplomatics
Centre international d'information sur les sources de l'histoire balkanique et méditerranéenne (CIBAL)
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Bulgarian National Library
Veder, William R.
Amosov, Aleksandr A.
Stanchev, Krasimir, 1949-
National Church Museum of History and Archaeology of the Holy Synod (Sofia, Bulgaria)
Ornamentation of Balkan Manuscripts up to the 18th Century (Conference)
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Other Titles:Lietopis': 15-30. avgusta 1983 g.: Sofiia. Vtoroi seminar po slavianskoi paleografii i diplomatike
Chronicle: August 15-30, 1983: Sofia. Second Seminar on Slavic Paleography and Diplomatics
Publisher:William R. Veder, Vakgroep Slavistiek, Katholieke Universiteit, Postbus 9103, 6500 HD Nijmegen (Holland)
Citation:Polata Knigopisnaia: an Information Bulletin Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts and Literatures, v13 (December 1985), 65-68
This feature "Chronicle" reports on recent events in the field of Early Slavic, e.g., celebrations, conferences, symposia, etc. On August 15-30, 1983, in Sofia, Bulgaria, the Second Seminar on Slavic Paleography and Diplomatics was held under the auspices of CIBAL (Centre international d'information sur les sources de l'histoire balkanique et méditerranéenne) and its director Boriana Velcheva and associate director Krasimir Stanchev. The seminar was co-sponsored by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Bulgarian National Library "SS. Kiril and Metodii." 20 young scholars from Bulgaria, Hungary, Holland, Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania, USSR, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia took part. Lectures were given by scholars from Bulgaria, Holland, Romania, USSR, and Yugoslavia. This announcement gives a brief summary of the lectures, and it is noted that the participants also had hands-on experience working with manuscripts in the Bulgarian National Library and the National Church Museum of History and Archaeology of the Holy Synod in Sofia. The participants were also able to take part in the sessions of the conference on Ornamentation of Balkan Manuscripts up to the 18th Century, which was held in Sofia, August 26-27, 1983; a description of this conference is also available in Polata 13: 68-69.
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