The Kičevo Triodium (Cod. Sofia, BAN, 38), also known as the Bitola Triodium: An Old Bulgarian Manuscript from the XI-XII Century. Text in Transcription.
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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, v10-11 (November 1984), 1-202
A transcription in a diplomatic edition of the Bitola Triodion, discovered by Iordan Ivanov in 1907. The 101 extant parchment leaves contain the text of the Lenten Triodion from Friday of the First Week of Lent to the Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Lent.
This publication is complementary to the full publication of the manuscript in the series "Early Slavic Texts on Microfiche," Volume II: Jordan Zaimov. The Kičevo Triodium, also known as the Bitola Triodium, Volume 1: Introduction and Text in Facsimile and Transcription, Volume 2: Linguistic Description and Indices to be published in 1985 by Inter Documentation Company, Poststrasse 14, 6300 Zug/Switzerland. (Polata 10-11: i)
Cover, title page (i), introduction (ii-vi), and a diplomatic transcription of the text of Bitola Triodium (1-202).
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