Indices to the Pandects of Antiochus Monachus

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1999-12

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William R. Veder and Michael Bakker, Slavisch Seminarium UvA, Spuistraat 210, 1012 VT Amsterdam (Netherlands)

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These indices complement the study of the Slavic translation and its transmission (Popovski diss. 1989) and the publication of the text of Cod. Moskva, GIM, Voskr. 30, including the repair of its defects from 5 manuscripts of the 12th–16th centuries.

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Author Institution: Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Works cited: J. Popovski, Die Pandekten des Antiochus Monachus: Slavische Übersetzung und Überlieferung (PhD diss., University of Amsterdam, 1989); on microfiche: Early Slavic Texts on Microfiche V, Vol. 1 (Leiden: IDC 1989); J Popovski, "The Pandects of Antiochus: Slavic Text in Transcription," Polata knigopisnaja 23–24 (1989); on microfiche: Early Slavic Texts on Microfiche V, Vol. 2 (Leiden: IDC 1989) - facsimile of Cod. Moskva, GIM, Sinod. 3: Vol. 4. Cf. the review of the work by Leszek Moszyński in Rocznik slawistyczny 49.1 (1994): 86–92.

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Pandects; Antiochus, monk of Palestine, 7th cent; Moscow, RGB F.228, 205.1; Moscow GIM Voskr.30, Sin 3, Sin 177; Troica Sergieva Lavra F.304 12; St. Petersburg RNB Q.p.I.18, Voskresenskii Monastery

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Polata Knigopisnaia: an Information Bulletin Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts and Literatures, v31-32 (December 1999), 19-237