Лѣтопись: 21-24 March 1981, Birmingham: Fifteenth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies. Byzantium and the Slavs
Creators:Wigzell, Faith C.M.
Veder, William R.
Thomson, Francis J.
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Other Titles:Hagiographical Writing Among the Orthodox Slavs
The Importance of the Chilandari Music Manuscripts for the History of Serbian Church Music
Melodic Origin of a Sticheron in Honour of Prince Lazar
The Next Step After Translating: The Imitation of Byzantine Models
Slavonic Translations of Saint Basil’s Works
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 6 (December 1982): 55-63.
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On March 21-24 1981, in Birmingham, the Fifteenth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies held a conference on Byzantium and the Slavs. This announcement gives a summary of presentations by Faith C.M. Wigzell, Danica Petrović, Dimitrije Stefanović, William R. Veder, and Francis J. Thomson on the following topics: hagiographical writing among the Orthodox Slavs, the importance of the Chilendari Music Manuscripts for the history of Serbian church music, the melodic origin of a sticheron in honor of Prince Lazar, the imitation of Byzantine models in translations, and Slavonic translations of St. Basil's works.
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